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The alignment dial is most likely out of balance. To fix this issue, locate the alignment dial between the front wheels on the underside of the car. If the dial is not straight, or in line with the car, then adjust the dial accordingly. For example, if the car direction goes left, then adjust the dial to the right side.
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+For more information, please refer to the troubleshooting page found at https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/X-Street_Lamborghini_Murcielago_LP670-4_SV_Troubleshooting

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Original post by: Trent Peterson ,

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The alignment dial is most likely out of balance. To fix this issue, locate the alignment dial between the front wheels on the underside of the car. If the dial is not straight, or in line with the car, then adjust the dial accordingly. For example, if the car direction goes left, then adjust the dial to the right side.

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