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Everytime there's a ton of snow on the roads, when pulling away from an intersection, my G6 always wants to pull way far to the right. I have to turn the wheel almost 90 degrees to the left to get it to straighten out. Normal driving on snow-less roads is fine.

Is this normal? Does anyone else's G6 do this? The alignment seems fine.

Any thoughts?
 

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Snow enhance torque steer AWESOME!!!! Anyway...

Is the traction light kicking on to? If so the right wheel is just getting more traction, solution get out of the gas.
 

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combination of too hard on the gas and leaving traction control on.

solution : go a little easier on the gas and turn traction control OFF by hitting the T/C button below the HVAC controls, do you have decent tires on ur 6 as well?
 

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yes I've got decent tires. Yokohama's that are about a year old.

I turned traction control off today and it was a little better, but this happens without putting the pedal to the metal regardless of whether TC is on or not.

Other cars pull away a lot faster than I do and I don't see it happening to them.
 

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A better question would be do You have winter tires? Because if you have summer tires they are about as hard as hockey pucks in snow.....
i second that thought, it seems there are very few all season tires that are even decent in the snow and slush, im bout to get a good set of blizzaks b4 i go to class in montana this month lol.
 
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