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The Armada is equipped with a full range of stability/braking/control devices.

From the http://www.nissanhelp.com site:

"Other key platform components found on every Armada include engine speed-sensitive power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering and 4-wheel disc brakes with Bosch Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) system with Traction Control and Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)."

dave and xtoy - enuf systems for ya?
 

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Don't forget the roll over sensors that deploy the side impact air bags or my personal favorite, the big hocking steel box frame. ;)
 

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Vehicle Control and Steering Characteristics

Yeah, I think I might be having the same problem. It's a weird feeling in the steering. These ArmadaS run on a single serpentine belt which if loose, can affect a variety of functions including steering and handling. I will check my tire pressures and hard turning radiuses. If it still feels funky I will have Nissan Service check it out. I also pick up a slight vibration on the driver side front wheel which Nissan Service instantly replaced the entire braking system with the '06 Bosh Rotors and pads, no questions asked. I have a new '05 SE 4x4 with only 1300 miles and was surprised to find any quriks for concern. If you get a specific fix for your vehicle control concerns, let me know as I will do the same if a service is performed.
 
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