Date: Mon, 05 Apr 1999 09:14:59 -0700
From: HMF <>
Subject: 9-3 Steering Allignment

I have noticed that when cruising on the highway at 50 mph and up the car veers towards the left, so it seems I always have to turn the wheel slightly to the right so the car tracks straight. At my 1000 mile service, I asked the technician to check it out. He put the car on the allignment machine, checked the air pressure said there was nothing wrong. He stated that the 9-3 has "tourque steer" since it is FWD. Now, I just sold my 96 Audi A-4 - also FWD, and never had this problem. Interesting note though....I had a 9-3 loaner the day my car was serviced...and it did the same thing at highway speeds. Anyone else notice this quirk? TIA, Howard

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