No. Nothing's wrong with it. All cars do that. Its called road crown and we want those on our roads so we don't have flooded roads in the middle and all flood water will go straight to the drains. Its just how roads are engineered.I'm having similar pulling issue with my car; it was lowered when i bought it so i thought it's because of that; put in brand new OEM suspension, brand new tires, and alignment with all measurements in spec and the car is still pulling. but in my case, the car steers to the right when the road in inclined right and steers to the left when the road is inclined left; the road has to be straight to be able to remove my hands from the steering wheel for a second, otherwise i have to keep my hand on the steering wheel since as soon as i remove them the car steers; any idea what may be wrong ? is this a steering rack problem ?
Hey digger1978, I know this is an old thread, but I’m experiencing that same symptoms. I came out of a parking garage hard one day 2 years ago in downtown LA and I herd a pop or bang if I recall correctly. I was making a right and I had to do it fast because everyone in DTLA drives like a ****. And ever since then, the car will not drive straight without me holding the steering wheel to the left for about 5 - 10 degrees. Car wants to pull right. I’ve had new tires put on, new springs installed, alignment done, and the problem still persists.Wanted to give an update and resolution to my problem. It was my lower control arm that was bent after all. I took on the challenge to install it myself. Thank god for having air tools. It made the job much easier. After installation I only noticed a slight improvement. I swapped the tires left to right and no change.
Today I went to the dealer (Fox Valley Honda in Aurora, IL) and they were able to determine nothing else was bent. After I put in the arm it just needed another 4 wheel alignment which was on special for $99. Anyone out in the area I will let you know the Service Dept is incredibly friendly. I noticed on Yelp they got very high remarks so that is where I went compared to other dealers. The dealership is amazing with bamboo floors, Starbucks coffee, leather recliners with charging ports, TV's and a children's playroom.
Hope this helps with anyone else with a pulling issue. They told me the control arm is usually the first thing to bend when hitting a pot hole.
The car drives true and straight