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About gardner

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    2008 Camry Hybrid
  1. A couple of months ago I purchased a 2008 Camry Hybrid with 14,000 miles on it. I am experiencing the problem with it as reported above i.e. in my case the Camry pulls to the right. I must maintain constant pressure on the wheel to the left in order to keep the Camry headed straight down the road. I own four vehicles besides the Camry and I drive five vehicles out of a motor pool at work. I drive the same roads in all of these nine other vehicles and none of them pulls to the right as the Camry does so it can’t be the pitch/grade on the road surface. Like others above I’ve had the front end aligned twice & tires rotated twice. I’ve increased tire pressure without there being any apparent help. This is the first Japanese vehicle I have purchased and it took me YEARS of battling my internal feelings of guilt and betrayal not to purchase an American car. Since this string began in 2003 has there been any developments in this issue that would give me any encouragement for fixing this problem or should I just cut my losses and trade this *%^@! in on a Buick?