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Well I never brought it back in for this issue, due to the numerous other problems I had. I lived with it for 40k miles. Until I changed my tires. The car noticibly started to pull hard to the left on the freeways. I requested an alignment be done and they found my driver side front caster and camber were out of the factory tolerance ranges. They then told me the caster and camber are not adjustable on your vehicle. So I lived with it again.
Until now, my cars 2 1/2 yrs old...I'm at 78k miles and i'm started to get annoyed by the pulling to the left. I want to get this fixed.
From my experience so far...I've been told I could try 2 different routes. Either take my car to a autobody specialist and have them try and straighten the suspension out.
Or have a front end shop tinker with suspension componets like bushings and stuff to try and get it back to factory specifications.
Before I begin developing a migrain headache over car issues again and spend countless hours and money on this.
Could someone fill me in on their experiences with simlar issues like this or maybe recommend a course of action to take towards resolving this problem?
Its obvious my car was like this from the day it came off the truck. It was probably dropped a tad hard somewhere. But either way....I love spyder gst with a passion. I want to keep its performance and feel in tip top shape.
Any comments would be greatly appreciated..