the car that i am noticing issues is a 1996 Plymouth grand voyager se. i am starting to notice that when you are accelerating you go straight but when you let off of the gas pedal to coast it starts to slowly go to the right. why is it doing this ? the transmission is starting to shift a little harder into gear but that i dont think would effect it would it ? beucase going to the right wouldnt it involve the to in and toe out adjustments ? idk
if you know what toe in,and out mean.
then you are capable of fixing it yourself.
If the problem is camber, you need an alignment shop to set that. Camber is when you lean one way, or the other. For all this neat geometry stuff, you need a teacher, or, an alignment shop (same one would be fine).