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Wheels move when excelarating, when taking foot of excelatator the wheels go back to normal

When excelarating wheels turn slightly, when you take you foot off the wheels go back to normal. It's worse at high speeds

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I think this is normal due to the caster angle of front wheels,i presume you mean the steering wheel moves on acceleration

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