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How to fix Hyundai Accent 2005 steering wheel?

I have a Hyundai Accent 2005, The steering wheel is so bad. It was good but now I have to have the steering wheel all the way to the left in order for the car to drive straight. If I left the steering wheel, it would automatically go to the right. Any idea what that could be? Thanks

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HIMA you have a bent tie-rod or broken not safe to drive until you have this problem checked out quickly! TAKE IT TO HYUNDAI DEALER FOR HELP!!

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Well for this to happen there hadn't been a very hard hit to the steering or a failed rack and pinion assembly and like the earlier dude said that you have a tie rod end problem or bet that's a possibility but you would have known if you hit something you would have heard something so there's more of this story that you're not telling us unless somebody unless something borrowed somebody borrowed your car and you didn't know about it and they went out and hit a curb or something and damaged it and then brought it back to you but 40 off that much something somebody or something hit the steering assembly as in your rack and pinion inner outer tie rod ends wheel area etc it could have a sticking brake caliper to to make it pull so hard to the one way and you know but you would have a brake smell you know it would be hot on that wheel so on so forth but somebody had to hit something for it to be off that much and throw the alignment off that much but it is I'm saying so you should have it checked out ASAP

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