Re: 53 Spider pulling to left
Tyre pressures, tyre wear or suspension geometry. That's pretty much what controls it. Remember the car has multilink rear suspension and tracking isn't just a matter of what's happening at the front, rear alignment has to be checked simultaneously if you want a result, but of course you're dealer would know that and do it automatically, wouldn't he? And you need to look at caster angle and kpi to be confident. Has the car had any kerb impacts at the rear? Are all rear suspension bushes in good order? Has it ever been jacked using suspension arms instead of structure or sat on any kerbs. I find mine discovering hard points on the ground regularly but so far it still seems to steer, it's the exhaust that's suffered.
Doesn't say that in the manual