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2004 stock GTO wheel alignment

This is a discussion on 2004 stock GTO wheel alignment within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I ran over a parking lot curb while turning hard left. Now the steering wheel is off center to the ...

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    2004 Pontiac GTO

    2004 stock GTO wheel alignment

    I ran over a parking lot curb while turning hard left. Now the steering wheel is off center to the left about a sixth of a turn. I can't see anything bent or damaged underneath. What could have moved? Maybe the rack shifted? Does anyone know what the toe-in is? I have stock 17 in. wheels and original tires, BFG 245/45-17 KDWS. 16000 miles on the car. I know this was a stupid thing to do,but it was dark and I didn't see the curb.

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    Hey John, that was a hard hit, sorry. Sounds like you bent or moved something. I would look at the rack to see if it moved or a tie rod bent or stripped, also check to see if the tie rod end itself has been moved. I bet it you take your time you will find something moved, also check the steering box, have someone move the steering wheel while you watch everything. Sorry I don't know the toe in. Good luck.

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    04 GTO

    Stock toe is .10 to .15

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