Q: Steering wheel replaced, but it's not centered

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The steering wheel in my car was just replaced, but it’s not centered. I researched online and found that this can be caused by needing an alignment or caused by worn front end parts. Do you agree with this possible solution - to get an alignment for the steering wheel?

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