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2004 DCI Clio Pulling & Very Twitchy

I have recently bought a DCI 65 Clio. It has 70,000 on the clock. I've have wheel bearings changed, tyres changed, brakes cleaned and replaced.

However when I brake the car pulls to the right hand side, also when driving around corners (not very sharp corners) it seems to turn more than you want it to..

Strange I know! .. The only way I can describe it is it feels like your driving on ice.. You steer only slightly, yet the car steers far more than needed. It's pretty scary actually as there are a few corners where I live!!

Anyone Help?

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Re: 2004 DCI Clio Pulling & Very Twitchy

LouM sounds to me like you need your wheel alignment checked & PDQ

Has the car been in recent accident, kerb bumping etc
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