Question about 2001 Honda Accord
Your tracking settings correct its zero eighth toe out the problem you have got is either they havn,t done the tracking correct by linning the front wheels with the back wheels or they have lined it up with your back wheels but the geometry on your back wheels is out so when the front is lined up with the back it automaticly knocks your front out of line it all depends on the tracking device they have used but a good mechanic would have noticed this and told you and wouldn,t have sent it out if the cars still pulling to one side did they check your cambers as these will cause the car to pull to one side as would set back onyour front wheels if its more 2.5cm how good is the bloke the did your tracking ? what you can do is the basics check your tyre presures then swop your front wheels over as sometimes if your tracking has been out it wears the tyres uneven then when tracking is put right it pulls to that side swapping the wheels cures this
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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