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Hey guys, when the dealer installed my lift, wheels and tires, the steering wheel is crooked. The wheels are aligned correctly, but when you drive down the road the steering wheel is crooked. I took it back for them to fix it, two days later, they said it was done. Not. Is this something i can fix myself and not have to take back to the dealer? Happy Thanksgiving everybody.:cheers:
 

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I belive it has something to do with these trucks not having a camber adjustment...I have the same problem...my dealer says if i add the camber kit it will fix the issues......about 150.00 to do this.
 

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If the steering wheel is straight and the truck goes left then you need to adjust the tie rod ends so the the wheels go to the right. You have to keep the steering wheel straight when you do this and you have to adjust the tie rod ends the same degrees. Do the opposite if the truck pulls right. Adjust the tie rod ends a little at a time and recheck it.
 

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Aligning the steering wheel is part of a full fledged alignment.
THe dealer didn't do it. THey should have.
I don't know a farging thing about cars.
They need to fix that.
 

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walleeme said:
Aligning the steering wheel is part of a full fledged alignment.
THe dealer didn't do it. THey should have.
I don't know a farging thing about cars.
They need to fix that.
^^^What he said^^^
 

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IMO.....if you get an alignment & after the steering wheel
is off-center, it indicates that the person doing the
alignment didn't care about doing a good job.
 

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They should have driven it after they were done. I would take it back and make them go for a ride with you.
 
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