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Old 10-28-2020, 10:25 PM   #1
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Exclamation 2007 Aero steers right after alignment

2007 9-3 aero convertible manual transmission

The car pulls right. Iíve had three alignments done at three different shops. Replaced coils and struts. Tried different wheels from a similar car that was perfectly aligned. Replaced Goodyear tires with MichelinĎs. Rotated right to left front and back etc.

All this in the car still wants a steer right.

Interesting it brakes straight but always wants to go right whether coasting or accelerating.

Itís been to the local Saab mechanic in the bay area where I live. Has been to the top wheel and alignment shops in the area and worked on by the most experienced people they have so I know that it is to spec.

Theyíve checked everything they can think of no visible signs of any accident, they say the steering works correctly when they have it up on the lift.

Has anyone else experienced this does anybody have any ideas? I really donít know what else to do. Thank you!
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Old 11-08-2020, 05:36 PM   #2
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Steering rack?

I have had that issue on a truck after rebuilding the steering rack and pump. Had to bleed it out. Maybe check into that

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2007 9-3 aero convertible manual transmission

The car pulls right. Iíve had three alignments done at three different shops. Replaced coils and struts. Tried different wheels from a similar car that was perfectly aligned. Replaced Goodyear tires with MichelinĎs. Rotated right to left front and back etc.

All this in the car still wants a steer right.

Interesting it brakes straight but always wants to go right whether coasting or accelerating.

Itís been to the local Saab mechanic in the bay area where I live. Has been to the top wheel and alignment shops in the area and worked on by the most experienced people they have so I know that it is to spec.

Theyíve checked everything they can think of no visible signs of any accident, they say the steering works correctly when they have it up on the lift.

Has anyone else experienced this does anybody have any ideas? I really donít know what else to do. Thank you!
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