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Old 06-21-2014, 12:51 AM   #1
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Accelerometer Question?

So on my Accelerometer the left says .67 and right says .57 and accelerate says like .66 and breaks .55 or something. What are those numbers for?? Because sometimes my steering wheel drifts a little to the left, is it because left is .67 and rights .57? Any way to even them out? Is that the reason? Click image for larger version

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Has nothing at all to do with why your car drifts to the left. The accelerometer is a g meter. It measures as records max g loads while turning, accelerating, and braking. Drive around with it on the screen and you'll see the little red ball move around and correspond with how you're driving.
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Only problem I see is the numbers are too low
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Well how do you get the numbers to change?
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It measures the G forces of your acceleration in each direction.
As for your drift, have your alignment checked.
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