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2002 Infiniti I35 just changed axle shaft.

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07-15-02, 08:54 PM   #1  
2002 Infiniti I35 just changed axle shaft.

at only 200 miles right front axle shaft was making clicking noise when backing up (dealer said so) and it was replaced. However, on the way back home driving on freeway I noticed the steering wheel isn't aligned when going straight. I mean the Infiniti Logo and the wooden parts of steering wheel are tilted to the left side when I was going straight. and when I turned the wheel to the "straight" angle the car pulls to the right side.
my question is, can replacing the right side axle shaft causing this, or am i just too sensitive since i never paid much attention before. please help. thanks in advance.

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07-16-02, 12:06 AM   #2  
They boogered up your alignment settings when they replaced the axle.

Take it back & make them fix it right.

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07-16-02, 09:09 AM   #3  
I agree with Knuckles.

I would also press for that they give you something (free oil change, 30k service, etc) for letting a car out of the shop like that. Someone should have noticed that in a heartbeat on a test drive.

For all you pay for that expensive Nissan, they should do the right thing by you in addition to fixing the problem .

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