I had a chat with Dion(service manager) at Nissan Midrand. He reckons this has to be adjusted electronically using the computer.
Has anyone came across this before?
I wish Nissan would employ people who actually know what they were doing. There is no computerised adjustment that will fix this.
However, if the suspension is still standard, and assuming the wheel was straight before, then I suspect the wheel alignment may have been buggered up. Have you still got the print-out from the alignment machine? Are all values (especially toe-in) within limits, and do they show any big changes?
There is only one single adjustment on a standard Patrol suspension, and that is the toe of the front wheels. If any other values show big changes, then either the alignment shop did something wrong (such as not setting up their sensors squarely on the wheels), or you have bent wheels, or there is a lot of play in some of the bushes. Any of these things are things you should investigate.
If your suspension is lifted, it is common for the steering wheel to be off a bit. This is not really a problem, and personally I would be inclined to leave it alone. However, if iut really worries you, you have two options. First is to remove the steering wheel and re-fit it straight (be careful not to pop the air bag, you need to disconnect the battery and leave it for a few minutes before you start fiddling), or get an adjustable drag link.
I do make them, but am quite far behind the demand at the moment and too busy at work and preparing for an upcoming trip to Namibia to do anything about it right now. I do not know of any other suppliers, but it's not a complicated thing, and any good auto engineering works should be able to make one up for you. I will even supply the drawings free of charge.
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