honda jazz 1.4 se 04 plate possible steering fault

Asked by Oct 03, 2013 at 08:10 PM about the 2004 Honda Jazz

Question type: General

my wife has just bought a honda jazz 1.4 se  04 plate and after having the car for less than a week i think ther is a safety issue with the steering buy the sellar does not agree he said it is a feature with the honda jazz, the issue i have with the car is if you take a left or right turn the steering wheel does not come back to the centre unless you pull it back to that position, takeing a lefthand bend i took my hands of the steering wheel and the car went round that bend its self, so we all agreed to send the car to honda dealer to hav it check out and it came back that ther was no safety issue and agreed with the seller that it is just a feature on the honda jazz, what  is your take in all this as i am   not convinced at  all. thanks  Gerry

1 Answer

I believe it's about wheel alignment. Steering wheel doesn't come back to center means there's a problem with "caster". When you take your hands off and it bend left might be a problems with "toe". Any cars can have such issues, but your car seems to have it too early. There could be a problem while assembling your suspension systems.

Your Answer

Add photo

Related Questions

Search Honda Jazz Questions

Honda Jazz Experts

#1 satheesantv
satheesantv
Reputation 80
#2 Marina_328
Marina_328
Reputation 20
#2 Meloni3
Meloni3
Reputation 20
View All

Related Models For Sale

Used Honda Civic
111 Great Deals out of 2,228 vehicles starting at £595
Used Toyota Yaris
99 Great Deals out of 2,418 vehicles starting at £995
Used Ford Fiesta
369 Great Deals out of 11,189 vehicles starting at £800
Used Honda CR-V
96 Great Deals out of 1,738 vehicles starting at £795
Used Volkswagen Polo
155 Great Deals out of 3,477 vehicles starting at £490
Used Vauxhall Corsa
244 Great Deals out of 8,079 vehicles starting at £595
Used Skoda Fabia
62 Great Deals out of 1,383 vehicles starting at £850
Used Nissan Micra
34 Great Deals out of 1,316 vehicles starting at £695
Used Ford Focus
367 Great Deals out of 8,503 vehicles starting at £595
Used Mercedes-Benz A-Class
169 Great Deals out of 2,787 vehicles starting at £950
Used Honda Accord
14 Great Deals out of 238 vehicles starting at £1,290
Used Volkswagen Golf
310 Great Deals out of 6,196 vehicles starting at £685