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I don’t know if this is the problem but if your wheels aren’t both straight you can pull your steering wheel, straighten the wheels, adjust the placement of the steering wheel and you are good. I had to do this to a Pioneer I used to own.
 

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I don’t know if this is the problem but if your wheels aren’t both straight you can pull your steering wheel, straighten the wheels, adjust the placement of the steering wheel and you are good. I had to do this to a Pioneer I used to own.
Does that apply to the rear tires. I have read that you do that for the front
 

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You probably have a tweaked radius arm in the rear. Post a picture of the rear of your car. Take a measuring tape and measure from each radius rod to the mounting point on the car. Looks like you bent something and just now notice it.
 
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