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Hi All, fist post time!

I'm looking to buy a 2.2 diesel. I'm aware of the clutch issues and am currently in the process of buying (subject to work being completed) a car with a fresh clutch, however there is one issue that puzzles me.

As per the title, the steering feels the same as the other cars I've driven on left turn (can turn with my pinky finger) but is much heavier on right turn, needing more force.

There is no "notchyness", play or wobble etc., the steering feels smooth in both directions with no variation in the assistance through the turn and handling wise it feels good in the corners, its just much heavier to turn right than it is left.

Does anyone have any experience of this and if so what was their fix? Currently suspecting things like alignment, top mount, cv joints etc.

Cheers!
 

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Thought I would re-visit this just in case anyone else had the same issue. Turned out that the steering needed re-setting by Honda. They ran the re-learn procedure & the issue was solved.
 
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