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Old 04-21-2008, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default Steering "falls" while turning


While on onramps, offramps, or just tighter turns in general, I can steer to a point under acceleration then it "falls" or gives or oversteers where I have to couter to keep it from putting me in the wall!! I have had it up and the tie rods look good, hub bearing is fine, and I replaced the struts and mounts, plus an alignment. This problem is bad, and getting worse, after reading here about the possibility of strut mounts I figured I was due for some struts anyway.... that didn't help at all.

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