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Old 15 Mar 2005, 05:54 pm
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I have a fun Accord 97 EX, manual transmission.

Up to 60 miles/hr I can take my hands off the wheel, and she goes
straight as an arrow.
At 70 mile/hr there is a pull to the left which increases as I up the
speed.

Should I go for a front allignment?

Thank you all


J.C.

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Old 15 Mar 2005, 05:59 pm
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Alignment should show up pretty much the same at all speeds. I'd think in
terms of the tires first, pressure differences or even one of them failing.
Don't forget to check the rear tire pressures, too.

Mike

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> I have a fun Accord 97 EX, manual transmission.
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> At 70 mile/hr there is a pull to the left which increases as I up the
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> Should I go for a front allignment?
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Old 16 Mar 2005, 11:13 am
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In article <1_502551_bd61b45b3b1f182f5959fe794d6a195b@autofor umz.com>,
JayCee <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote:

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>
> I have a fun Accord 97 EX, manual transmission.
>
> Up to 60 miles/hr I can take my hands off the wheel, and she goes
> straight as an arrow.
> At 70 mile/hr there is a pull to the left which increases as I up the
> speed.
>
> Should I go for a front allignment?
>
> Thank you all
>
>
> J.C.


J.C.
That is not common in relation to alignment problems but an alignment
should be considered if you can't find any other problems in relation to
tire pressures, tire conditions and suspension problems. You might
consider visiting a mechanic and telling him the problem. It's easier to
find problems in relation to the suspension when the car is on a lift. I
read the section in my repair manual in relation to suspension and was
amazed at the number of factors that can effect how a vehicle runs.

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