When you have the front end aligned the mechanic should align the steering wheel also. This is so the steering wheel is positioned straight when you're driving straight down the road.
U need a front wheet alignment
The alignment is miss-set or the front suspension and steering is damaged, OR the steering coloum is broken or damaged
front end alignment
Caster, camber and toe are part of the front end and steering alignment.
Have the wheels balanced. Get a 'front end alignment' done on your vehicle.
1 of 2 things or both, alignment or balance.
Have an alignment performed by a shop that specialises in front end work.
Wheel alignments require special equipment, but to do a rough alignment,(such as after replacing steering parts)to get you to the alignment shop, you can measure the back of the front tires at center, and the front of the front tire at center and ensure that the two measurements are the same.Then go straight to the shop. Driving with the alignment out wears tires and can result in loss of control.
A good and accurate front-end alignment.All the parts of the steering and suspension "point straight down the road" will establish the steering wheel to do the same.Anything out of alignment will pull/push the wheel(s) in that direction.
Front end alignment
Have the front end checked via a wheel alignment
Right front tire low of air, or front end out of alignment.
There is no adjustment on rack and pinion steering. If you're steering is sloppy or something I suggest you get an alignment and your front end checked.
Take it to a reputable mechanic for a front end alignment, that is how to properly center the steering wheel. Ps. Generally, the steering hub and shafts are splined, so they only go together one way... Good Luck
You probably have worn steering and suspension parts causing the front end to be out of alignment.
Tire out of balance, low air pressure in the left front tire, wheel bent, out of alignment, or worn steering parts.
If both sides were replaced at the same time, and the wheel was turned during the replacement then it is possible. However, any respectable garage would notice the difference immediately and perform a front-end alignment to re-align everything. Take your vehicle back where you got the work done, and they should do an alignment at no charge. Anytime a steering component is replaced, a front-end alignment is due. Perhaps they just forgot to do it, or thought you wouldn't notice.
see a front end alignment mechanic.
Worn steering parts, worn suspension parts, tires out of balance, out of alignment,
When you take your hands off the steering wheel with the car moving and it goes to the left or right quickly.
It may be from tires being worn unevenly and off balance or the front end is out of alignment.
a rotation is where they switch your tires from front to back a tire balance is where they make sure the tire is the same weight all the way around alignment is where they make sure your steering is straight
Probably worn or damaged front suspension and steering parts. A front end alignment will be necessary also. For your safety have the front end inspected by a trusted mechanic soon.
It is a good idea to get a front end alignment after replacing and part of the front suspention.
You may either need to have your wheels balanced or have a front end alignment