Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
When it shifts to a higher gear, the transmission can put extra stress on the front end parts making things shift in the ball joints, the tie rod ends, and even the bearings.
I suspect that there are worn parts in your front end causing this intermittent pull.
Have a technician check the front end for loose parts and if there are none, the transmission's differential is the culprit.
Good luck to you fixing this problem.
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