Question about 2000 Renault Laguna Estate
My car is crabbing at low speed on full lock
Due to the rack and pinion steering one wheel turns slightly further than the other so on full lock it is at its greatest difference so when moving slowly there will be some side ways movement,how long do you drive with full lock on as i cant see how other than parking this would be needed
Posted on Mar 22, 2014
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