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Car is "pulling" side to side while driving.....what's wrong?
I'm on the East Coast for a couple of weeks of vacation and work, and I'm borrowing my dad's 650ci (it's actually my old car that I gave him when I bought my M5). The car seems to be "pulling" side to side very badly on the highway, especially when changing lanes. It's almost like the steering wheel has a mind of its own! It's actually quite dangerous to drive!
Does anyone know what might be causing this to happen? The car has 20" Breyton's with PS2's. Tread life is about 70% remaining on both front and rear. Stock suspension.
The alignment seems pretty straight. When the car isn't pulling side to side, it stays fairly straight.
Your thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated!
2006 E60 M5
Sapphire Black Metallic w/Full Perforated Black Merino Leather
All Options except HUD
- Eisenmann Race Exhaust (Quad Oval Tips)
- Evosport Pulley
- Charcoal Filters Removed
- Hartge (Front) H&R (Rear) Lowering Springs
- Hartge 21" Classic II Wheels
- Hartge Front Lip Spoiler
- Arqray Rear Decklid Spoiler
- 8,000K Hella HID's
- Aluminum Pedals
- RPI Scoops & BMC Filters