Why is my 97 probe 2.0 automatic pulling to the right only during acceleration

Asked by Dec 14, 2014 at 07:34 PM about the 1997 Ford Probe STD

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There is a few reasons this can occur.One is a loose or damaged motor or trans. mount. These can cause the whole driveline to shift upon acceleration by putting torque on the engine/trans which the cv joint is connected to. Also, a bad cv (constant velocity) joint . In this case I would have the whole driveline examined as this is a front wheel drive vehicle and numerous parts can be bad or worn.If you take it in for a front end alignment, most shops check ALL the front end parts before doing a front end alignment.Free of charge.At least you'll get an answer to your problem.

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