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2002 Honda CRV 4WD problems (accelleration problems)

I recently bought a Honda CRV 4WD and noticed a problem when accelerating from 0mph. It tends to pull right or left sharp and then corrects itself. This happened about 3-4 times so far. Is there a way to reset the all wheel drive system? Could the car alarm cause any malfunction? I'm not sure how sensitive the AWD system is. Has anyone experienced this before?

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Check your ball joints, and your alignment those might affect the steering.

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