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The car pulls to the left even though the dealership says it is aligned. There is a popping clanking noise in the ft end that sounds like the ft end is going to fall out. I bought it with 33,000 mile on it and the day after I bought it I took it back to the shop. They did an alignment,new tires, nes seal in the steering coloum and said that GM said it was ok for the stutts to "seep a little" I have had the car 6-12-08 and have driven it for only 5 days since I bought it.

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  • javier_alexa Jul 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with a G5, in mexico is the same as Cobalt, is model 2008, and it pulls to the rigth, but only when I pull the gas

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Does it pull worse when you apply the brakes?

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