Hey, I have a unique problem, Long explanation, so bear with me.
When driving at low speed, 20-25 tops, car drives and runs fine.
At any speed if I hit the gas hard it pulls to the left and when I back off or brake it pulls to the right.
At speeds above 35+MPH, if I hit a rut in the road it pulls the car and when I correct, it drives straight for about 2 seconds than darts in the direction I turned without the steering wheel moving.
If I am changing lanes on the freeway and start to change lanes I will start slowly moving right (or left) and move the steering wheel slightly, as I start to move over, the car violently jerks over and i have to steer in the oposite direction to correct.
I have figured on bad alignment, so I got it aligned, no change, no tie-rod to fix the one that was bad, no change, replaced worn out drivers CV, No change.
Checked the front “trailing” arms, (whatever their called) that control the caster angle, they are fine.
Both wheels have no play in them, but I am picking up a weird noise in the front right side, I suspect a bearing, but there is no play in the hub at all, could it be that it is bad, but only exhibits problems at high speed?
I am stumped and am about to replace it just to be safe.
Only other thing I can think is a bad steering rack that only reacts to the pressures of driving, not kicking or pulling by hand on jack stands.