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Wheel alignment specs needed.

Hi I am after the specs for a 1989 C1500 Silverado 2wd right hand drive. As the local wheel alignment shops are not sure what it’s meant to be.
I live in New Zealand

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dgjtex
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SOURCE: I have a 1979 Chevrolet

Remove caliper and nut to axle should come of with a little help of a rubber hammer. Knock bolts out from the front and drive new ones in from the back. You can use a lugnut with the flat side down to help pull them in and a hammer to help. Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

Molson02536
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SOURCE: 4 Wheel Drive Problem

Put the key in the run position and turn your 4wd on and off to listen for the electronic acuator to engage and disengage. If your can hear it then it's macanical and a Quick fix. On top of the transfercase on the driver's side, your going to find three vacuume tube connected to a cauume switch that may have gone bad. There common to go bad and there not the bad of a price at the Auto Zone. Check for any cracks on the vacuume line first then get your hands dirty. Good luck and keep an extra switch in your glove box.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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SOURCE: '95 Camaro wheel alignment specs....

its your lucky day.. i want dave mathews tickets for this :) ok for my camrao which is a 97 z28, which should work for yers heres all the tire and whell specs
Front spec
caster
set ....5.0deg +- 0.5 (+- suppose to be +on top of -)
check...5.0 +- 1.0

cross caster
set....0.0 +- 0.7
check....0.0+- 0.7

Camber
set 0.4 +- 0.5
check...0.4 +- 1.0

Cross camber
set...0.0 +- 0.7
check..0.0 +- 0.7

individual toe
set 0.0 +-0.1
cehck..0.0 +- 0.1

total toe
set 0.0 +- 0.2
check 0.0 +- 0.2

Steering wheel angle
set 0.0 +- 3.5
check ...0.0+- 3.5
i have rear specs too let me know if you need them..Anything you need to know about a f-body just let me know i have 6 manuals on them :)

Posted on May 18, 2009

dennymulford
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SOURCE: rear brakes locked up. 1990 chevy c1500 2wd pickup

did you see if they need replaced?
and also the emergancy cable may be froze

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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SOURCE: what are the specs to align the headlights on a

go to this website. it will explain how to align your headlights


http://www.danielsternlighting.com/tech/aim/aim.html

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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SOURCE: My 1999 chevy silverado 1500 four wheel drive

You probably have a bad encoder motor.It is located on the side of the transfer case on the drivers side.It is black.The other problem they had with these was the switch but you have already replaced this so your next thing is the encoder motor.Hope this helps.Good luck.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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