Sorry if this has been covered previously.
In the last 12 months changed both drive shafts, drop links, lower wishbones and track rod ends.
Have noted a little play on inboard end of offside track rod end where its attached to steering rack. Is the inboard end serviceable or is the rack goosed? Car is 14hdi 02 no abs. Cheers mark
The day i got my first 206 I was driving home on the motorway and the car was seriously dragging to the side, I was fighting the steering wheel!..the aa ended up having to take me home because it was dangerous, next day had the tracking done and was perfect!! Much cheaper than I was expecting lol
When I'm driving the steering wheel now sits in 5 past one position if I accelerate quickly or if the vehicle slowly gets to the 60 mph range all of a sudden the vehicle jerks to the side and the steering wheel sits in the 12 o'clock position. You can also manipulate the jerking by finding the rev range where this happens and lifting off and on the gas.
Does it pull under braking, under acceleration or all the time?
Also do a search, somewhere on here is a very, very, very, very, very, very long thread on a car pulling to one side. IIRC the problem was finally traced to two different manufacture of bottom wishbones had been fitted. A very unusual cause that one!
Tyres all OK all 4 exactly the same less than 12 months old its just started that's wot I can't work out swapped tyres from front to back same issue no play on ball joints slight play on offside inner tie rod which I suspect it is or tracking! Only on acceleration not braking wheels spin freely so don't think brake issue either.
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