My '94 Corolla pulls to the right. I’ve consulted the Haynes manual, which basically says “go jump in a lake on the way to a mechanic” and I’ve Googled to no avail. I keep finding answers that almost, but not quite, describe the situation my car’s having.
The car pulls to the right with or without the brakes being applied. The steering wheel is aligned correctly with the wheels in that if I hold it dead center, the car goes straight. If I let it go, the steering wheel and the car both immediately lean to the right.
It’s been doing this for years, and my arm is getting tired. The tires show no indications of uneven or abnormal wear, so I don’t see how it could be an alignment problem unless the toe of both wheels is equally and oppositely out of whack. A friend of mine suggested I have a dragging front brake but I would expect uneven pad wear and there isn’t any.