It's not severe, but if I turn loose the steering wheel, it drifts to the left. What do I need to do to correct this. It was "supposedly" aligned prior to my purchase.
X2Well alignments don't last forever assuming it was done correctly. Some shops only do toe which sets the wheel straight. But thrust angles and caster and camber are just as important. Could also be a bad tire causing the pull. Try switching the 2 front tires.
let's hope it doesn't pull too far to the left!!
That is extremely gradual though and lot of techs don't build that into an alignment anyway. Manufactuer specs take that into consideration when they write specs, and also for road crown that many don't realize exists. This is why when road testing a vehicle for alignment, you should always be in the center lane where the crown is the least.truck should gradually go off to the right this is so if you fall asleep at the your vehicle will go off rood and hopefully wake you up when you move over to the shoulder instead of having a head on collision. at-least that was thee way it was in the early eighties when i took a training class by moog.
Absolutely, Bruce. After replacing front end or suspension parts you usually need to get the front aligned.Actually, I have, boxed up, all the new suspension stuff the PO had bought and not installed that came with the Elky. Maybe that should be taken care of prior to alignment. Just some thoughts...........:smileyb: