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Check tyre pressures first if correct about 2.2 bar ,then change the load/pressure switch on the steering rack ,it should be located where the drive goes into the steering rack ,unless you have a electric motor system and not hydraulic if this is the case then dealer only as the control unit is all electronic and has to be centralised ,if some unskilled know it all has adjusted tracking but only on one arm then steering wheel spokes will be out of position and this will cause big problems .
Posted on Dec 17, 2016
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