Got an alignment and car is still pulling to the left.

Asked by Aug 25, 2015 at 07:06 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Both front and back were aligned. But car is
still pulling left. Ugh. Did they screw up the
alignment?

4 Answers

257,695

Take it back and complain, it might be the tires. I assume the checked the suspension components for wear.

180

This may be also be caused by bad tires or a dragging brake.

4,335

It's unlikely they botched a simple alignment. More likely a tire issue. Rotate your tires and see if that changes anything.

135

It might be that your sway bar has rusted and twisted like mine, my car pulls to the right but its not bad, i would have someone look at this and the tires but the alignment shop should have told you if you had bad tries.Sometimes your wheel bearings can make the car pull to one side or the other, but this is rare you would also hear a loud noise like a airplane taking off if the wheel bearing was bad.

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