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i have noticed that my mgf seems to wander when i am driving on the motorway,someone told me that the "toe & camber" may require resetting, can anyone shed some light on this for me?
 

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You probably need to have all four wheels properly tracked by someone who knows what they are doing (easier said than done). Like the TF I don’t think the camber changed on the F.
 

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thanks CHRIS T,i pressume i will need to find a garage that has a rolling road? i will have to find a suitable garage within my area, if possible.
 

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mike.r said:
i have noticed that my mgf seems to wander when i am driving on the motorway,someone told me that the "toe & camber" may require resetting, can anyone shed some light on this for me?
If its more obvious at M-way type speeds, ie 60-70mph then it might be worth fitting a front splitter!..

Many people report the `Fs` steering tends to go `light` as these speeds as the front end tends to lift with airflow........ the splitter will help to push the front down more thus giving steering more `feel`...
 

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Rolling road not required, just somebody with full laser equipment. Does your vehicle have epas ? They are common to play up - test procedure is wheels straight ahead, jack up the front of the car and start the engine. If the wheels turn on their own the epas is faulty......an expensive
 
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