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Yes it can be solved. All though your car may be in alignment how ever, they did not center the steering wheel prior to making any adjustments (it requires a little more work if you know what I mean), that's a part of the check list. You can fix by taken off the steering wheel but I recommend that you take it back and demand that they correct it. That's a prat of what you pay for when you taken in to get it aligned.

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