Question about 1996 Chevrolet Astro
122,000 miles with regular maintenance. Car constanly pulls to right do you have any idea what is causing it. Dealer says tie rods may need replaced. Could be belt broken inside of tire, however the tires were new when they were put on and it was doing it at that time. Help.
It is obvious that you have an alignment issue. yes the tie rods could need replacement,however there could be other suspension/steering parts that need looked at as well. if it were a bad belt in a tire there would be a shudder to the vehicle and the sterring wheel would constqantly shake. I would suggest taking it to a shop and have the vehicle inspected for steering suspension componant failure. I would suggest taking it to a small independant shop instead of a dealership this would save you money in labor and parts costs....please rate this...........thanks
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