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check to see if its loose and/undo the big nut - check the splines on both the arm and the steering box
sounds as if you still have functionality, just everything has moved to where it shouldn't be .
all that being correct, its just a simple case of replacing any damaged parts jacking the front wheels off the ground, centering the wheels (disconnect the steering colum from the box) and count the revolutions as you push the wheels from lock to lock (easier with 2 people) and reassemble.
another option is to replace any damaged parts as they sit now, do the count the steering wheel turns , work out where the mid point should be, and remove the steering wheel - put it back straight ..
hope that's not too confusing , and theres maybe someone to shed a more easier way or better how to description ..