Q: Steering pulling to the left while driving.

asked by on December 29, 2015

My steering wheel is jerking to the left while driving.

I would have a mechanic inspect your steering wheel issue. They can check ABS codes with a scan tool to determine the problem. It may be a bad wheel speed sensor.

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