Hey all. I've owned my '98 Outback manual for a few years now (bought from previous owner) and I have never had a problem with it. Its got quite a few miles (239K) but the engine and rest of components seem to be going strong. About a year ago, after a long road trip and upon returning home, the steering wheel began to jerk hard to the left, and then return to center, and then jerk again. The spacing between each jerk decreases as the car speeds up. I was able to get the car home, and the next day, no more jerking. I didn't see this problem again until just recently, when the exact same jerking starting happening again, except this time not going away. The jerking seems to only occur when the engine is warm, and the brakes seem to have no effect on the motion. Got underneath the car, and the front CV joints look fine, with no cracked boots and only a little play. The brake on the left front seems a little sticky, but doesn't smell burnt or produce any smoke while driving. The power steering/alternator belt doesn't feel loose or cracked. There are absolutely no out of place noises when this problem occurs, just a whole lot of shake. This has also occurred with two different sets of wheels and tires, so it seems that alignment isn't the issue? Any advice is appreciated!