Voting Question: What cause a steering to driff while driving?

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  • Voting Question: What cause a steering to driff while driving?


Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 17:34
bad alignment, worn suspension components, low tire...
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 20:58
There are a number of things that can cause drifting. Starting with the least expensive, check your tire pressure. If you one of your front tires is over or under inflated it can cause the car to drift. You want your tires to have the same tire pressure. If you are unsure of how much pressure to inflate your tires, read the side wall of the tire. It will tell you the PSI. If your tires are properly inflated park the car with the wheels straight, then walk back about 10 feet from the front of the car, kneel down and look at your front tires. Sometimes you can see if they are misaligned just by looking at them. Take the care to a qualified mechanic. You car could need simple front end alignment or there may be other issues such as warn ball joints or tie rods. Drifting cars are not good. If the tire pressure is correct seek a mechanics advise. Repairs are cheaper than accidents.
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 09:36
Anything but illiteracy, actually. Faulty suspension, wheels (or just one wheel) out of alignment, low tire pressure, uneven road surface, malfunctioning steering mechanism, you name it. It's not like it can only be one thing.

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