Rover Resources Center
If your Rover doesn't track straight or jumps over bumps and steers off in another direction when it comes back down, you may have either a steering system problem or an alignment problem. Obviously, alignment is easier and less costly to fix, so having your wheels aligned is the first action to take. If this doesn't fix the problem, you need a steering system check-up. Your steering shaft is connected to your steering box, and from there to a pitman arm, a drag link, a series of arms and rods that eventually lead to your wheel. All of these parts must line-up at the proper angle, and once any one of them loses their angular relationship to another, the system won't work properly. The good news is that any good Rover mechanic can usually spot the offending part and get you back on track without you having to replace the entire system.
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