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Old 10-07-2012, 10:28 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by Rogerschro View Post
Has the REAR suspension, bearings and brakes been checked? It's a long shot, but there may be issues with the rear affecting the handling and steering. That could cause pulling and ride height but feel like it is coming from the front. Do you use the parking brake? May be sticking, or stabilizer bar is loose, Bad bearings etc. One other thing is the motor mounts, that could cause lean through torque and pulling, also thunking noises, vibration and so forth.
thanks will have suggest to dealer don't know what all they checked( bad shop layout can't see much didn't put anything on paperwork),you could be right sometimes hear a very quiet clunk/creeking noise on right rear side thought caused by front end problems guess it could be the other way around
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