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The front tire pules to the right it makes it more difficult to steer how can you adjust this

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I got a 1989 big bear it pulls to the right i put new tie rid ends and upper and lower balk joints in pulled cv axel it seems to be ok steering bearings seem fine also anyine have any ideas


Try aiming the handle bar straight and pull some kite string across the rear wheel , lightly touching the sidewalls of the tire. With the length of the string pulled across the front tire, adjust the outer tie rod so as to make front tire lightly touch the string. That should square the front tire to the back tire. Once the front and rear are squared, adjust tie rod in 1 turn for a slight negative toe. Do both sides while making sure to keep the handle bar straight during string and adjustment. That should help.

May 25, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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The steering isn't working right what do we do?


Hi Judy,
sometimes the bearings locking nut can become loose, which will make steering difficult. Another solution is check the front tire air pressure. If this is a Power Chair then we may have a motor issue. The difference between Scooter and Power Chair is Scooters have a Tiller w/handlebars, Power Chair uses a Joystick.

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How do I balance or adjust the power steering control valve on a 1975 Corvette?


If your steering is operating normal and you replaced the valve, a front end aling will staighten your wheels and center your steering wheel

Dec 02, 2014 | Chevrolet Corvette Cars & Trucks

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Undefinedright front tire out of line,l-130 riding lawn momer .right front


If the tie rod end has been changed, you will need to adjust the toe in by dropping the tie rod end from its connection to arm. Not the steering rod. Tighten or loosen the tie rod end on the steering rod until there is a slight toe in. Re install the tie rod end into the steering rod. If there is too much toe in, the wheels will spread when in reverse and steering is impossible. It may take several attempts to set the toe in properly. When proper adjustment is met, steering will be easier or as it should be.

Oct 16, 2014 | John Deere Garden

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I have a '64 Valiant, 225 slant 6, no power steering. When I'm on the freeway it's difficult to stay in a lane, like driving on ice. Air pressure is balanced. Any ideas ?


When you have front end problems like that it helps to underinflate the tires a little, so instead of the 32-35psi, try 28.

Note this is not a fix, just a band-aide to get you by untill you fix the problem.

These old Chryslers are great cars, but they do have front end issues. The front steering/suspension is pretty precise and way ahead of its time. When the parts wear out, watch out.

Inspect steering box, the play can be adjusted. Check tire rod ends, wheel bearings, control arm bushing, ball joints, pitman & idler arm.

Then have the alignment checked. Be sure your front tires match each other in size, brand, & tread. Be sure to run radials, bias-plys are known for their drifting.

The steering box play adjustment can be found at the following forum:

Slant Six Forum

Jul 15, 2014 | 1972 Plymouth Valiant

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What to ajust to alignment on front end 91 cavalier z24


You should probably take your car to a reputable mechanic to determine the problem. If you were in an accident there is probably component damage and a simple adjustment will fix the problem.

Aug 28, 2012 | Chevrolet Cavalier Cars & Trucks

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I have a 97 Honda Accord. Recently I just replaced both cv axles, the upper and lower ball joints, and also the tie rod ends... After putting the car back together I realized my steering doesn't recenter....


The most common reason for this problem is that you haven't got a proper tie rod adjustment. The tie rods need to be adjusted so that you have the same distance. You can use a standard tape measure and with the car on a flat level surface with the tires straight, have a friend help you measure from the one wheel to the other. You need to measure from the front of the tire using the same reference points on both tires ( like the farthest outside tread groove.) once you have the measurement on the front of the tires then move to the back side of the tires and measure again, using the same reference points, the outside tread groove. The measurements should be within 3/ 16 of an inch and should be slightly shorter in the front. For example if you measured the front @ 4' 41/2" then the back of the tire should be from 4' 4 1/2" to 4' 11/16". The front wheels will be slightly toed in of pointing at each other but no more then 3/ 16 of an inch. If you measurement are off then you will need to adjust the tie rods to get a even measurement. Also you may find that your steering wheel is off center if you don't have them adjusted correctly.
I would really recommend that you just take this and have an alignment done, they are relatively inexpensive considering you have replaced the tie rods and this will make for easy adjustment.

Aug 07, 2010 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks

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Help me please.... i bought a used toyota 2004 4runner v6 chain drive 4x4 last year (2009) around june... it has 50/50 tread left on Michelin AT or CT tires. the problem is: whenever i am driving...


CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID IT COULD BE TOO LOW.OR YOU HAVE INCORRECT TIRE PRESSURE.LACK OF LUBRICATION AT STEERING JOINTS.YOUR FRONT END OUT OF ALIGNMENT.YOU COULD HAVE A FAULTY POWER STEERING PUMP.OR YOU HAVE A LOT OF AIR IN POWER STEERING SYSTEM.YOU HAVE TO BLEED AIR OUT OF POWER STEERING PUMP.CHECK POWER STEERING PUMP HOSES.MAKE SURE.NONE ARE LEAKING OUT FLUID.

Jan 14, 2010 | 2004 Toyota 4Runner

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