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"Pulling to right " under warranty?

Old 01-04-2003, 01:14 PM
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Default "Pulling to right " under warranty?

How many of you have had the "pulling to right" issue resolved without paying? Is it part of warranty? I haven't had a chance to take mine to the service dept. with my busy work schedule and for some reason, the Z technicians don't work on Saturdays here where i live. Unfortunately, that is my most convenient time.
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Old 01-04-2003, 05:33 PM
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I took my Z in because it too was pulling to the right. This problem was covered under warranty and did not cost me a cent. However, my dealer did NOT fix the problem... it seems to me that they only added more air (+2psi) to the front tires even though they wrote on the repair bill that the toe was out of spec. I'm taking it back on Monday for a 2nd round.


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Old 01-05-2003, 02:52 AM
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Default Serious right pull must be fixed

I have collected over 50 reponses to the serious right pulling problem. We are a small number of the total 350Z with this issue. My 350Z was corrected by Mike Wade at Palms Nissan in WPB FL with an alignment. Some are getting new tires to correct the problem and others have suspension issues causeing the serious right pull. Tke alignment should be at no cost and you should recieve a spec sheet of the before and after setting.

If you have the serious right pulling problem, your 350 will be a hand full at 70 MPH, she'll constantly try to pull you into the ditch. The 350Z is a great car to drive fast when she runs straight. Good luck, just stay on the Nissan's dealers A$$ or go to a different dealer until your satisfied.
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Just FYI you should be entitled to an alignment for free under warannty in the first 12000 miles. At least thats what my dealer told me.
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yeah...........I took mine in........service said I was crazy..after they put 30 miles on my Z...........service is not so good at my joint............also told me Bose was okay..........nice people
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