I recently had my vehicle in for a front end alignment.
They told me all of my shocks were bad, causing all of the problems, and that they would not be able to align the front end with those bad shocks.
I spent $600 updating shocks on my 1994 Nissan truck.
- 2 control arm bushings, installed $180
- 4 Montroe SensaTrac shocks, installed $320
- front end alignment and supplies $90
It does ride better, but there is still an issue.
When I turn the vehicle at speed (50 MPH or greater), I have to keep a bit of pressure on the steering wheel. Also, corrections I make to the steering while turning cause the truck to turn much sharper than I feel a vehicle should.
I don't really want to take the truck back to the shop again without having some kind of clue what is wrong with it, least I wind up spending another $800 in something I may or may not need.
Does this kind of steering issue sound like a common problem associated with something? If so, what is a realistic price to expect to pay to have something like that fixed?