Steering problem

buerton

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Had the alignment checked and sorted
Still pulls to left..
Garage dont seem to know what else to do?
Help?

CLK 220 2007plate
 

Xtractorfan

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Seems to be a common problem with the c class, 07 should still be under warranty, ring around a few of the other dealers and ask about your problem..
 

roofless

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w124 e220 estate
most roads camber to the left to shed water to the drains so it would highlight a small tracking misalignment more than it would the right
 

brianbrian

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w124 250D, SL129-deisel
Yes I agree with you Roofless ,also a lot of drivers catch there nearside front wheels on the kerbs alot .
 

Number_Cruncher

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Tracking is a symmetric error or setting, and so cannot of itself produce asymmetric behaviour like pulling to one side, although it can offset the steering wheel from the central position if the error is not equally disposed between left and right wheels.

When the OP said the car had been aligned, did this just mean tracking, or was this a more serious check of the 3D alignment of each of the four wheels?
 
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buerton

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no it was the 3d alignment .. still problem after
 

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