Question about 2004 Nissan Altima
I have a 2004 Nissan Altima which seems to wander at highway speeds. Any ideas what this could be. The tires are new. The shocks/struts need to be replaced. Tie Rods?
Depending on the tires, it could be a couple of things. I would have the alignment checked. If there isn't enough toe-in, you will get great wear from your tires, but the handling will be loose or will wander.
I had new tires put on our Nissan Maxima and they did a reallignment with not enough toe-in. It became very twitchy at interstate highway speeds. Just a little toe in made a huge difference. I knew what to ask for because I have some racing background. We could go faster with less toe-in, because it reduces the resistance on the rolling tires, but also makes it more sensitive to the road surface, side winds and tire wear.
But there also shouldn't be any slop in the tie rods, etc...
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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