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To keep car strait on a road, I have to turn steering wheel slitly left.What is it?

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Have all tires pressures checked and adjusted as necessary first. Other things to check would be wheel alignment, and check for brake possibly holding, or dragging as well.

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Hi, to me the problem sounds like the track rod ends need replacing these are what connects the steering to the hub now when you turn the wheel the track rod ends push the hubs in the way you want to turn but what happens ball joint on the track rod end get play in it is it allows the wheels to turn slightly on their own left and right now once these have been replaced you will have no problems.
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once you have the track rod ends ( tie rods also known as) fitted you will have no further problems and you will then be in full control of your vehicle it will feel a lot more responsive to your control so this needs doing sooner rather than later.

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