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2010 Honda Odyssey pulls to right even after alignment and new tires

My vehicle pulls to the right even after new tires, 4 wheel alignment and corss rotation of the tires. The dealer cannot anything that is out of order.

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1. Check to ensure the tyre pressures in both front tires are identical and also that the pressures in both the rear tyres are identical. (You should be running over 32 psi in the tires in that vehicle.) This will not correct the problem but do it anyway .

2. Have the brakes checked on all 4 wheels to ensure there is no binding of the brake pads on brake rotors(discs) when the brake pedal is released.
If , for example, the front brake pads on one side are not fully releasing their grip on the brake rotor when you remove your foot from the brake pedal, the car will tend to drift off centre when driving and especially when you lift off the power.

3. There are suspension and steering issues to check but I cannot offer comment without inspecting the car.

Posted on Dec 20, 2012

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SOURCE: 2006 Honda Pilot - Road Noise - not tires.

the tires make steady noise , check the wheel bearing as noises get high and low at the same speed , and i also would check for diff if it's 4wd.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: is tpms sensor needed when replacing tires?

Without the sensors, the lights will continue to warn you your pressure is low. No harm will come from this to your vehicle. It is a safety system to warn you about the tire pressure so you will take immediate action. The manufacturer is ramping up to meet requirements for future safety regulations.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 honda odyssey - right rear wheel rim gets hot

To cofirm a stuck e-brake jack up that wheel and apply e-brake then release and see if the wheel will turn freely if not the e-brake cable must be replaced, the brake shoes or pads must be checked for wear also for a temperary remedy spray liqiud wrench all along the length especially at the upper end and work the cable with your hand back and forth to free up the cable, once freed up avoid applying the e-brake until the replacement is complete.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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SOURCE: shaking steering above 60mph

wheel ballance is out!
just because they are new tyres does not mean they are able to be ballanced on your rims!
check for bulging in the tyres or wheel weights missing from rims

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

Brian Anderson

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SOURCE: I have an 04 Honda Odyssey. I feel a mild

If you have vibration in your steering wheel, I would have your CV joints checked out or it might be your front wheel bearings. The vibration coming from those two problems would get a little more intense as your speed increases. Are your tires in good shape? Did it vibrate before you got your brakes done?

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Rear ........................................................................................................................................................................... 240 kPa (2.4 kgf/cm2, 35 psi)
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Front ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 0° 00' ± 30'
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Rear ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. -0° 30' ± 45'
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Front toe-in ............................................................................................................................................................................. 0 ± 2 mm (0 ± 1/16 inch)
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