Having problems with your Nissan Altima ?

Just purchased used Nissan Altima with 85000 miles and 4 cylinder. When driving at speeds over 55 mph I notice wheels driving (pulling) more on one side than the other when going around bends and accelerating (using gas pedal). Seems to vary from one side to the other depending on which way you are taking the curve. Turning left the right wheel pulls more and vice versa. Is this a torque steer issue or transmission issue? Thanks!

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-06-2019

Answers :

Can be a # of things--alignment--wheels--steering--bring it to a specialist or an ol schooler mech -cause I dont wanna see you killin any trees
Torque steer will always pull your steering wheel in the same direction, and it is unlikely this is a transmission problem. The first thing I would do is have the alignment checked. It may also be a problem with the power steering, but the alignment is more likely.
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