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Old 25-01-2016, 16:17   #1
stephen.pryar
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Steering rack

Hows it going ladies and gents just need a little input on my current situation,

I've got a leon mk 2 tdi fr, I had an accident a about 2 month back resulting in snapped drive shaft snapped wishbone twisted drop link smashed sump and smashed 2 alloys, now I've replaced and fixed everything.

Reason I'm doing this is 4 years no claims if I had 5 year protected I would of claimed.
And as this is all new to me it's all a learning curve.
I'm on the last stage of getting it on the road now as my steering wheel is turned 90' to the right can I manually adjust my steering rack to fix this? The wheels are aligned visually I haven't taken the car for a drive as I still have 3 punchered tires on it. I have another set to replace them temporarily. Any help would be much appreciated

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