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2001 Hyundai xg300 Rack and Pinion

I just got my car out of the shop, it had to be towed due to a broken tension pulley. Now it doesn't steer the same, it is very loose. When I took it back they said it was my rack, and nothing they did could have caused it. Could it have been the tow? How can I prove it. I do not trust the garage anymore...for various other reasons.

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If improperly towed, rack can be damaged. Have another more reputable shop check it out. If they find damage that is not consistent with normal use, photograph everything and file a claim to get your money back. Bear in mind though that it is a machine and sometimes stuff happens by itself at inappropriate times. If you are not confident that the shop you are using is honest, go somewhere else where you are!!!
good luck!

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