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Your tracking needs adjusting. This requires some specialist tools but is quick and inexpensive to have carried out. Tracking can be knocked out of alignment by hitting kerbs, pot holes or even bumping up and down the pavement. It can also go out of alignment over time.


I would have it aligned professionally, on a machine that addresses all four wheels and a particular value called the "thrust angle". This is not a DIY job. While there is an old phrase "Set the Toe and let it Go", this is really poor advice and is actually a joke about shady mechanics doing poor alignment work. Do NOT attempt to adjust the steering ...

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