When it drifts right, I have to correct it to the left and then it over corrects and doesn't come back to center. It is subtle, but the tightness causes the least amount of pressure on the steering wheel, and it will veer dangerously to one side or another. It is exhausting to be constantly having to monitor the steering this way.
What can I do about the steering? It is very difficult to keep centered. on 2004 Honda Civic Hybrid
by colelois in Queensbury, NY on August 22, 2011
ANSWER by patrick mannion , August 22, 2011
Have the condition of the tires checked and have the alignment checked to see it is within specification in all measurements. Your car has electronically controlled steering if an alignment or tire issue isn't found have the dealer check it out, they will have the correct scan tool to investigate the computer.