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Experience:  20+ years experience working on a wide range of vehicles both as an employee and also running my own garage
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my wife has a Peugeot 206cc 1.6 2001 convertible. It has an

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my wife has a Peugeot 206cc 1.6 2001 convertible. It has an issue with the steering pulling to one side. every time you put foot on accelerator it pulls quite violently to the right(o/s) then taken of the accelerator and it pulls violently to the left(n/s). it always does this consistently the same each time.
the steering wheel is slightly of centre when wheels are straight, we had the tracking corrected twice now, but no difference and garages could not find anything wrong.
Now the items I have replaced include on both sides wishbone, tie rods, front brake pads and discs, front springs and suspension struts, front suspension strut bearings, all three engine mountings/rubber bushes. the wheels turn freely when off the ground.
I lift the wheels and cannot feel any wobble or movement in any of the wheels. there does not seem to be any play in the steering wheel, other than being of centre. the rubber bushes for the anti-roll bar seem to appear slightly tiny cracks but seem very solid, the anti-roll bar connecting joints have no obvious wobble, could this be the problem? or is there anything else that you could suggest? please help
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Peugeot
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