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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Pulling to the left? in Cadillac Escalade Forums; A friend & I that own '99 & '00 Escalades have the same problem. We don't know if it's just ...
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    Partiers_com is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    UnhappyPulling to the left?

    A friend & I that own '99 & '00 Escalades have the same problem. We don't know if it's just us or if there's a trend... we swear our trucks are pulling to the left (towards the center line) & we're always holding the steering wheel alittle to the right to compensate. He's had his aligned multiple times and I've checked my tire pressures and we can't figure out what's up. Maybe our steering rods are just off center? We want to try to diagnose the problem and start over...Any ideas where to start?

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    Re: Pulling to the left?

    heh sure its not cuz you of the weight ya two add on the driver side of the vehicle? i'm kidding

    but seriously sometimes it can just be the pavement you are driving on, some roads have rain marks through them, never had it happen in the 'lade but in the vette? really gotta try hard to control where its going.

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    hcvone is offline Cadillac Owners 10000+ Posts
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    Re: Pulling to the left?

    Try driving down the center of the road (spliting the crown) and see what happens then, roads are crowned to get the water off, you may want to try an Interstate road or Turnpike that has been paved recently. I thougtht I had an alignment problem AFTER I had my Escalade aligned twice by two different shops, it turns out the alignement was ok, and after taking a long trip on major roads there was no pulling and the truck rode great.

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