Steering Wheel off center from factory...Advice Please
When I picked up my car last month, I noticed that my steering wheel was a little off or cocked to the right of center (it did not pull left or right so it was perfectly in line). I mentioned it and they said no problem and to bring it in to have it centered. I did this last week. When I picked it up, it now is ever so slighly off to the left but not near as bad as it was when it was off to the right from the factory. Again it is still perfectly in line and does not pull. I called back and said now it is slightly off to the left but not near as bad.
Here is where I was hoping to get some advice from people and hopfully some expert Techs that maybe out there. The service department told me that it falls within specs and that the way it is now, is pretty much as close to perfect as possible since it lies within specs. He says that if he tweeks is more that it possibly could cock back to the right a bit. I understand that it now falls within specs and an acceptable range. Would you guys demand that it be looked at again or just let it go? It is very very slight but my wife's V6 is dead on perfectly centered. I know some car steering wheels are slightly off a bit and nothing is perfect but I wonder technically speaking was he telling me the truth in regard to tweeking again and possibly making it worse. Basically it sounded like he was telling me that they got it close to center as possible. When one spends near 40K, you can't help but want it to be right. I hate to be to picky as it is very slight now but to me noticable. To someone else it may not be so I was wanting to see what others would do in this situation.
Lastly, would all Chevy Dealer Service Departments perform warranty work/issues even though the car was not purchased at their dealership? I thought about taking it to another dealer if so.
Thanks for any advice you may have.
2011 2SS RS SIM