Well I was encountering issues since the day I gave away my car's original steering assembly after it got damaged in an accident.
Replaced 3 steering assemblies (which they said are Khyber's steering) but every time a new problem would arise.
This time I was determined to resolve this issue.
Got everything removed, examined the chassis myself and then also got it examined by a professional. He said that everything is in place. (the lower chassis part where you fit the steering assembly, the strut mounts etc etc.)
Got the original steering removed of a complete genuine, only 48k driven Khyber to check if it fits in.
It did fit, without any issue in my car, then removed and examined both of them.
It was discovered that the original steering had the number 8600 stamped on it where as mine had 70B2 stamped on it (I'm presuming its the part number)
There was a slight, very slight difference in the angle of the output shaft. (Mine was more tilted towards right)
After alot of search got a steering which had the same 8600 number stamped on it, assembled it at my mechanic's workshop. (according to him the inner kanghi, tie rods, ends all are original as he was having the original steering assembly with him to match the part number and length of the ends and tie rods)
The issue of steering not returning back has been rectified, the uneven movement (getting light, then hard, then light again on turns) has become much much better, previously the steering cross used to touch the firewall, after installation of this steering ample space was created for the free movement of the steering cross.
Now only this minor problem remains and I want to get this done in a proper way aswell.
The Suzuki guy said to me "Janaab dono taraf 3-3 chooriyaan hain, yahan se agar main kam kr doon ga to aapki gaari camber out kr de ge, gaari aapki bilqul theek hai, aap apne mechanic, jis se kaam kwaya hai usko ja kr check krwain"
On right turn the steering locks at around 1.85 turns but if I stop it at exact 1.75 by myself, it returns to its original place by itself but if I turn it to its limit on RH i-e 1,85 it gets stuck there and does not returns to center position by itself and I have to bring it back.
At full right turn the front left wheel turns inward to such a level and its camber angle gets so much disturbed (gets inside from bottom and outwards from up) and creates sounds that I get this feeling ke jaise tyre ghisat raha ho.
Is this extra turn harmful for the CV joints and the lower suspension arms as I also replaced them with new ones.
This is the steering which I was previously using and the angle is highlighted.