Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: scarborough ontario
I would recomend taking it to the dealer for an alignment. I have never had good luck with any shop other than a dealer regarding front end alignments. I don't want to mention the name of any shops specificly, but their tires are Canadian, and a couple of indipendant shops that specialize in front end alignment, didn't do it right either. The first two things that should be done on a front end alignment are: check tire pressure, and check the vehicle ride hight. The dealerships did this right, but nobody else did, hell, the tire place could have adjusted the vehicle ride hight on my wifes Blazer with the adjustable torsion bars in about 5 minutes, and charged me .5hrs to do it. I had to bring it back and make them do it right. One of the other shops said to change my "Goodyear Scramblers" because the were no good. I did that, and the truck still pulled right. The dealer chared my about double the price, but it's worth it when the car practically steers itself going down the road.