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I had messed with my corolla's springs in the past (installed eibach kit) and since then my car pulls to the left. I've had it professionally aligned 4 times to no avail.
Furthermore, I replaced eibach springs with original ones, had it realigned, but still it pulls to the left.
All alignment numbers are within specs.

Did anyone else have this issue? What do I need to do to fix it? This is really, REALLY annoying.

Thanks,

- Russ -

'01 Corolla LE
 

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tire pressure is fine, same tires were used prior to my messing with suspension and they worked fine. Also I did try rotating tires and that didn't help.
 

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have u pulled your steering wheel off recently... or while fiddling with the suspension bumped the steering column and knocked it off centre...
 

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When you say alignment do you mean you went to a modern alignment shop and got a 4 wheel alignment?

If so it should not only give you the wheel angles for the front wheels but also for the rears too.


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rustamabd said:
Hi All
I had messed with my corolla's springs in the past (installed eibach kit) and since then my car pulls to the left. I've had it professionally aligned 4 times to no avail.
Furthermore, I replaced eibach springs with original ones, had it realigned, but still it pulls to the left.
All alignment numbers are within specs.

Did anyone else have this issue? What do I need to do to fix it? This is really, REALLY annoying.

Thanks,

- Russ -

'01 Corolla LE
 
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