Whenever I'm driving down the road (usually 35-45 mph) and the road curves, I turn with it. But the problem is that the steering wheel jerks the direction I'm turning. I just got an alignment however the caster is still off because the shop isn't equipped to fix it is guess. The caster is: Left front- 2.4° Right front- 0.2° My wheels also shake a lot more than I think they should when going over bumps in the road. I don't hear any popping, clicking, grinding or anything of the sort. Nor are there any smells. I bought this car used and it may have been lowered by the previous owner (not really sure how to check..) and I have aftermarket tires. This problem has only developed within the last 2 months. I'm taking it in today again to have them look at it but any suggestions would be greatly appreciated so maybe I could point them in the right direction.
My car has 89000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.
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