Pontiac Sunfire GT 2000 when I hit between 40 and 50 the car seems to pull to the side had the car aligned twice this week I have everything checked out everything seems to be ok all new wheel hubs

Asked by Jul 12, 2016 at 01:18 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Sunfire GT Coupe

Question type: General

Car drives normal until I hit about 40 then she
feels like she wants to pull to the side I had the
car aligned recently put all new wheel hubs
rottors control arm and sway bars look good
shocks ARE good brought it to the shop they
can figure out what's wrong with it

6 Answers

246,995

How old are the tires? One tire might have shifted a belt or is worn. Swap the rear tires to the front and see if the condition goes away.

The tires are new

It happens when I accelerate

246,995

Maybe worn CV joints?

I am going to check them again they dont make any nose no clicking or popping

Cv joints look good i cant figure it out

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