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I have a 2006/Jeep Grand Cherokee with 128,600 miles on the clock.I just bought 4 new Firestone Destination LE2 tires and had a alignment done at Firestone.The steering wheel is off center towards the left side(11:00)position.Is there a way to correct this?If so can it be done by myself.Thanks Joe
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I have a 2006/Jeep Grand Cherokee with 128,600 miles on the clock.I just bought 4 new Firestone Destination LE2 tires and had a alignment done at Firestone.The steering wheel is off center towards the left side(11:00)position.Is there a way to correct this?If so can it be done by myself.Thanks Joe
Take it back to Firestone and have them fix it. They screwed up the alignment.
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Take it back to Firestone and have them fix it. They screwed up the alignment.
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x2 agreed
x3. I have the Firestone lifetime alignment and it's happened to me a couple times after I've taken it in.
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