Agreed there, although what settings they have changed and that coupled with the offset of the steering track itself, has made it far more vague then previously. Thanks for the info too, will shoot this upto the dealer when I go.
Although all suspension settings are from factory and prior to the dealer, the first 2 months of the car being used as a DDriver, all things were fine and the car was not pulling to either the left or right at all with the car handling really well, so it makes one wonder really!!!! I've not driven over anything that would upset it at all as the car has been babied for the first 4000km and above and the engine was bed in very well. So nothing unusual there...!?
I honestly just hope that all their nice attitudes and pleasentries are not a smoke screen to make small changes in order to get me to continue to keep coming and paying for things outside the warranty...
**Paranoia sets in** he he he.
I did ask for a AWD alignment of course along with tracking re-set and adjustment and the end result is what justifies this thread. The dealers are really nice and I must say they are trying to please, but I just think they lack the needed experience, perhaps...in terms of the results - obviously! Its not like this is their first Brera but I must confess that they really do not have many there and none now since the cancelation of this model. Mine is perhaps 1 of only a dozen Brera in the greater area I live in and perhaps less, so I think they know what they are doing on any other model bar the AWD Brera. I also do not think they have an AWD alignment running road, have to check but on my last visit could swear they did!?
But logic dictates that they should know better than what the end result is.
Originally Posted by One Double Six
Contrary to popular belief the toe in/out(("tracking") of steering does not make the car pull to one side. To put your steering wheel off centre the workshop has done all the adjustment on one track rod. Having the wheel off centre is very off putting when trying to assess the way the car steers. I would have the track reset to make the steering wheel straight then start again with a steering/suspension check and a four wheel alignment, preferrably by someone who knows what they're doing, not this dealer.