Honda
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Unevenly set camber may cause vehicle to drift to right on Honda Accord

Problem Description and Possible Solution
The car may drift to the right because the camber (alignment setting) is set unevenly. A 4-wheel alignment will be needed to reset the camber angle.
Problem Data
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Average mileage: 95,142 (30,000–220,000)
3 model years affected: 2003, 2004, 2005
12 people reported this problem
Comments
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I had this same problem. it is a service repair the subfram must be ajdjusted 1/8 of an inch. dealer alligned vehicle several tiems before I found the service order that describes to them how to fix this problem. it should be a reacall.
Strong right pull. Alignment is good but still has a bery noticeable pull to the right.
Car has had an issue with pulling to the right. Rotated tires and still having this issue. Seeking assistance
I have a lifetime alignment service at Firestone. My Honda/Acura only shop suggests Firestone Alignments aren't as thorough as independent shops, not sure what to believe, but the Honda Accord 2004 V6 EX 6 speed stick has always pulled to the right for many years, the alignments at Firestone do help reduce it but it is still there.
Pulls to right. Working on it.
when the road camber goes to left steering is ok if the road cambers to the right the steering pulls in that direction.