Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 21:09:55 +0800
From: "coconut" <>
Subject: Road Holding Problem

Someone in this group had earlier mentioned road holding problem with his 900. I would like to share my experience but I was unable to do so earlier due to network problem. Hope my case could still be of reference this moment. My 91 9000 used to stick to the road like glue. But one day it started to become slippery. I later figured out that the car usually behaved unstable when I depressed or released the accelerator. Besides, it could not go straight but turning slightly right with the sterring wheel at centre. The problem was found to be caused by damaged rubber dampers at the lower suspending arm of the front right wheel. After replacing the damaged components, my car restored with its excellent road holding performance and its tracking back to normal. Perhaps the one with similar problem should consider checking up the components of the suspension system. Please pardon for my bad English as I am a Chinese. Ends.

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