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Brand new 2022 Sierra 2500 AT4 with bad alignment


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Purchased my 2022 Sierra 2500 AT4 brand new one month ago and the steering wheel has been off center to the left ever since. I noticed after two days of driving that I had to make more than reasonable inputs to keep the truck going straight. I first test drove a Silverado 2500 High Country prior to the Sierra and that also had the same issue. But at the time I did not think anything of it and just assumed it was me and not the truck and I just needed time to adjust to it. However that has proven to not be the case as the steering wheel is significantly to the left. But then again its hard to believe that two brand new trucks would have identically bad alignments from factory. Anyone else have/had this experience?

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Not on my Chev but on my last truck, a Tundra, I had to get the alignment done when it was new. It was off just like you’re describing. So it does happen. Just call service and say you need the alignment done. It will be covered. 

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gm puts all the HD trucks alignment cams in the exact same spot. they have plastic retainers in them that only have one position that goes over the guide pin. 

your toe must be off. that is adjusted at the tie rods and will also adjust your steering wheel. this ideally needs to be done on the alignment rack. take it in

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