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The driver side front of my mustang hit the pasenger rear of the car in front of me. now my steering wheel is turned almost upside down to the right for the car to go straight. I need to see a diagram of what the steering and alignment look like before i hit them. so i can see what is out of wack.

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You need to go to a body shop and have the uni-body checked for damage (your Mustang is not a full frame vehicle).

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