156 steering after "accident".
Ever since my girlfriend decided to drive my 156 Veloce over a traffic island whilst failing to overtake a van, I've had a problem with the car steering to the left by itself.
She was braking when she hit the curb. The OSF wheel was dented in about an inch and burst the tyre - both replaced. The OSR wheel was squeezed so hard it grew a bubble on the site, so that had a new tyre as well.
So, since then I've had two garages confirm that there's nothing bent or broken underneath. I took it for wheel alignment and they adjusted tracking, however the report showed the camber to be wrong, that OSF wheel leans in more than it used to, but they claim it can't be adjusted.
So, two questions really:
1) Can the camber of that wheel lead to a constant gentle steer to the left?
2) If it's not adjustable and nothing's bent, how can it be out of line?
Before anyone asks, the tyre pressures are indeed equal. Perhaps the knock to the OSR wheel could have caused a problem?
Any help/comments/abuse welcomed!