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    hi my veccy is starting to pull to the left a bit while accelerating or hitting bumps in the road, also the steering wheel feels a bit shakey ...anyone give me an idea(i have checked tyre pressure)......thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morephun View Post
    hi my veccy is starting to pull to the left a bit while accelerating or hitting bumps in the road, also the steering wheel feels a bit shakey ...anyone give me an idea(i have checked tyre pressure)......thanks
    If tyres are a bit worn they can go out of balance as they wear, my Vectra B suffered a bit with this and I had to have one set of fronts re-balanced twice during their service life (around 23k miles). Take to someone who will do it carefully and balance them dynamically (i.e. put weights inside and outside to balance laterally as well as radially). Make sure you explain the problem and get what you want !!

    If no difference I suggest putting rears on front to see if that makes a difference - then post again !

    Hope this helps a bit. After that you're probably into worn steering rack or driveshafts.

    Steve C
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    have you check your tyre pressures

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    Quote Originally Posted by phildjohnson View Post
    have you check your tyre pressures
    Quote Originally Posted by Morephun View Post
    hi my veccy is starting to pull to the left a bit while accelerating or hitting bumps in the road, also the steering wheel feels a bit shakey ...anyone give me an idea(i have checked tyre pressure)......thanks
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