Question about 2004 Land Rover FreeLander
I have a land rover freelander v6 es. The steering tends to go towards the left every time I let go of the steering wheel even in a flat even surface. the tire pressure is all the same. I've asked a friend who also owns a freelander and he said it also tends to go left with his vehicle also. What do you think is the problem and how much would you think it would cost to have it fix?
You could check the wheel allignment too. its a probable cause. also where i come from all cars pull to the left slightly because the roads curves to the left slightly for drainage purposes.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
Hi, You need to be checking the track rod end, the bottom ball joint and bush, the wheel bearing, and the shock absorber, all on the left hand side. You could take it to have the tracking checked and they may notice something whilst checking it if you mention it to them. Cheers.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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