A4 Tdi (Sport) 2003 UK, pulling left.
From my original post "Hold the steering firmly straight and it's fine.
Release the wheel and the steering wheel settles ~5 degrees left. Anything
with the slightest camber makes this more pronounced. Tried it on a variety
of roads including motorways." When supplied O/S/F tyre also had more wear
than the N/S/F.
After waiting a couple of weeks for a slot, the car has been in and out of
service all day today and still pulls left. Today it's had "Carried out
full geometry check, adjusted rear toe and camber, adjusted front toe."
The guy (non-technical) who dropped it off said that it does pull left a
bit, but that's just road camber. Strange how my old Ford Focus didn't have
What I've also noticed is what really makes the car go left - going over the
smallest bump. The steering wheel all but jumps left (about 5 degrees). On
a really smooth surface it will *sometimes*
go straight and then start
wondering off to the left after a while, which I could understand as a
Any ideas folks? Is this normal on Audi's/A4's?