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Old 14 Oct 2008, 12:10 pm
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I have a question about my warranty. I recently took my 2007 to get a front and back in alignment but was told the back could not be aligned(?) and needed to be taken back to the dealer. The two back tires are tilted in so much that I was told my car looked like it had been in a wreck, but I never have. Someone told me they thought it might be covered in my warranty and I'm going to the dealer to see. I just wanted to know if any of you think it might be covered. Either way I already have 35000 miles so I need to hurry up and find out. Thanks
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