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When turning full right at very low speed the steering wheel (and tires) will stay in the full right turn. To come out of the turn the sterring wheel must be turned to the left to overcome the right turn . Once the wheel is turned out of the full right position the steering comes back toward neutral by itself. Left turns are normal. Could be the angle of the right turn is sharper (too sharp) than the left. The steering wheel turns approximately 510 degrees to the left and 570 degrees to the right.

The car has had a full alignment. I tow this car behind an RV and am afraid it would not center following a turn to the right.
 
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