Â Too much toe in will make these symptoms worse, setting toe in to the minimum helps .... P.S.old PS oil is a big culpritÂ
i too am experiencing the same problem ,you give the car a turning circle, and the wheels are trying to come out of the turn,then they go back into the turn,very minutely but you can feel it,thought the studs had come loose,all were tight,so i thought it could be wheel alignment,anyway will check all explanations, thanks GWYN
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(19-11-2014, 10:05 PM)geoff Wrote: Â Too much toe in will make these symptoms worse, setting toe in to the minimum helps .... P.S.old PS oil is a big culpritÂ
agree about toe in. I bought a van, 112,000 miles, and they'd changed all the tyres. After a few hundred miles the steering was like a gym workout. Very heavy to move then it suddenly moves too far!
Garage was useless, I checked (and fixed) the toe-in and it's like a new van. Feathered edge on the front tyre implies toe in excess. Outside of tyre = toe in; inside of tyre = toe out. As a new tyre wears, the symptoms get worse (better grip on the edge of the tyre.