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    Had front spring/damper/brake discs pads replaced a month ago, also new tyres all around. And the car go straight when steering wheel is straight, but when in a flat road, it slightly runs to right, what would that be??

    Had check the tyre pressure, all 33 psi.

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    My first thought would be that the driver's side brakes are binding tbh

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    Both springs changed on the front or just one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    My first thought would be that the driver's side brakes are binding tbh
    Will give a bleeding and check and see how goes. If binding it would be hotter isn't it?


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    Both springs changed on the front or just one ?
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    You don't say when braking or not so i'll take it that it doesn't so have the wheel alignment checked again and it may be the camber of the road?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtee View Post
    You don't say when braking or not so i'll take it that it doesn't so have the wheel alignment checked again and it may be the camber of the road?
    Just when normal driving, braking absolutely fine.

    And wheel alignment done twice...

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    i've got a similar thing happening to my vec but its pulling to the left, had the wheel allignment done and its a little bit better but still doing it so would be interested in peoples opinions!

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