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    Default Wheel Alignment of Honda, CIVIC 2005

    Hi


    I have just got my CIVIC 2005 aligned but my car still goes on the left side sometimes while driving. I took the car to the alignment shop again, he drove the car and told me that car's front left tyre belt has got worn away and he suggested that I should change the tyres.

    What do you suggest is it a fair thought he gave me or is it just to stop me from bugging him again and again.

    Will wait for answers.


    Thanks


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    Brother do not bother about its manufacturing fault in PKDM civic this model.

    You will end up paying thousands but it exists in all cars.
    All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.

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    ^above......he is right .......an experience suspension or alignment guy will also say u same...slight left going will not stop in this model.....interchange front tire with rear

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