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Old 06-11-2019, 10:34 AM   #1
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2002 Sunova Driving Issues, Front End

I just got a 2002 Sunova it was all over the road taking it home.So I put new tires on with alignment.Also had the shocks checked out too. But its still doing the same thing.Can anyone help me.
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Old 07-04-2019, 09:22 AM   #2
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I just noticed that no one has responded. I can’t say for sure what is going on but I had the same experience when I picked up our new-to-us lightly used RV. I took it to Henderson’s Line-up (suspension shop) in Grants Pass, OR. They put new Koni shocks, heavier duty rear and front anti-sway bars, a front Safety Steer stabilizer and a rear track bar. It wasn’t cheap but well worth it. I can now drive with one hand and don’t feel like I am over steering or correcting the steering all of the time. I would start with the CHF (cheap handling fix) as it is just an adjustment. Do a search on iRV2.Com and also go to their sub folder for the type of chassis that you have. Lots of good info there.
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Old 07-04-2019, 10:24 AM   #3
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I edited your title to get more detailed responses.

What model Sunova do you have?

There are dozens... hundreds of posts, videos and advice for driving issues and wandering fronts ends on the internet.

The most common first addon to fix this issue is a steering stabilizer. It is like a shock absorber for your steering. Most think this really helps. I put a Roadmaster Steering Stabilier on mine RV and it helped a great deal. The most popular is the SuperSteer. Here's a link to that one:

There are a great meany other things to add on as mentioned by Lakejumper above. But probably best to start with the steering stabilizer.

There is also a "Cheap Handling Fix" that is highly rated. Just do a Google search for that.
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