Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
Very good if there is a deer on your left! But not really good for normal driving... Generally you will get a pull if you either have a worn steering component such as a tie rod end, Or have bent something off-roading.. If you have just bought tires, you may have what's called directional steer which can sometimes happen with just the right combination of tires. In that case, just move the front tires to the rear and that will usually help. One other thing to check is this: Jack up the front of the vehicle so both wheels are off the ground and start the car. if the wheels turn to one side by themselves then there is a valving problem in the steering box... that needs to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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