Originally Posted by Muzzy
I thought my car was pulling to left side more which I informed the service manager. He told me this was a factory issue. Seems that steering wheel on a number of Jeep have been not fixed accurately due to which they tend to be slightly turned to right. Because of this when driving you feel the car is pulling left. And I wasn't the first one with this problem. Can anyone confirm this?
Thanks for all the help guys, appreciate it.
The steering wheel on my 2014 Summit was off center. I had to hold the wheel to the right about 1-2" to go straight down the road. Dealer checked alignment 2 times and it was still off. I went to a tire shop that had the latest Hunter Hawkeye Elite alignment rack and it took them 2 times to get it correct. I think many techs just aren't trained properly and don't know what they are doing.
I've heard that when they perform the alignment at the assembly plant, they just get it close, and that's it.