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Steering wheel alignment

My 2005 Corolla Verso was just guven it's 30,000 mile service and the EGR valve replaced as there was a lack of power under 1800 revs. When I picked up the car, the steering wheel is now out of alignment, by about 2-3 cm to the left. i.e when I straighten the wheel the car drives to the right.
I am sure the wheel was not like this before it went to the garage. Could this have been caused by the work done, or should I be looking for another cause for it, and can you suggest what this might be.
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Nothing they did should have affected this. look on your tires and see if you see any rub marks might have scrubbed the lift when pulling into the shop and knocked out of alignment.

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