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Steering pulls to left when accelerating when gets to required speed then pulls to the right

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It can be due to poor alignment of the wheels, so first you can get this checked. next the steering assembly, the ball joints and links must be checked. the tyres on the front side must be new or even .
Finally see if there is any fault on the suspension, the wheel bearings. or the drive shaft.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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Your car needs a front wheel alighnment.When it pulls under acceleration and then goes the other way,get an alighnment.Torque pulls the wheels one way and then the travelling pulls it the other.Hope this helps

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