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Q: Car pulling to the left

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My car is pulling to the left.

Your tires and alignment need to be checked. A worn or low tire on the left can cause a pull. You can easily have your tire pressure checked. Any recent damage could also cause the pull. A qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic can assist you with diagnosis of your car’s pulling issue.

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