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Old 02-27-2021, 08:53 PM   #1
zmaster
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Join Date: Jun 2005
Chapter/Region: RMIC
Location: Denver
Vehicle:
11 WRX Premium
True Subaru color WRB

Exclamation Passenger wheel catching into sharp right turn

Peeps,
Carrying any speed into a roundabout (rotaries, circle turns) makes the right passenger wheel almost feel likes its locking up...this never used to happen before. Only noticed it when going in hard right turns, not loaded left turns.

I jacked up the right front and tried to see if it had play in it, and compared it to the left front. Both felt same amount of play.

What could it be?


History:
- Just got a rebuilt transmission put in, blown center diff replaced.
- New steering rack (STi steering rack)
- New engine seals (oil leak)


2011 Subaru WRX
Miles: 115,578
Tires: Blizzak WS90's Snow Tires

Thank you to the wonderful collective here for answers.
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