Q: Hit a curb and my steering wheel is now cocked right a little bit. Is this my lower control arm? 2008 Chrysler Aspen

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How serious is this problem since it's so close to Christmas. Could it just be an alignment issue? Is there more it could be also. Hit a curb on passenger front side steering wheel cocked to the right a little bit.

My car has 18000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello - this task is best handled by a collision repair estimator at a reputable paint and body shop. S/he is trained to evaluate visible and not-so-visible damage, and the costs to repair. Contact a reputable paint and body shop in your area for an estimate and repair.

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