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Unread 11-03-2011, 01:04 PM   #1
nutsnbolts
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01 AWD torque steer?

I have a friend with an 01 GC AWD, and it seems to have a great deal of torque steer/drift- it will steer to the right when you step on the gas, and swing back to the left when you let off. I have replaced the rear upper control arm bushings and ball joint, and one lower control arm in the front, because the bushings were worn away. He had the shocks and the rear trailing arm replaced at the dealer a while back, and they couldn't figure out what the problem is. I don't want to randomly throw parts at this thing, so is there any other direction that you can point me, or do they all do this?

-Rich

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