Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
This must be set on an alignment machine you just can't move the front wheel to what you think is correct, it must be right on. They toe in slightly on most vehicles
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
Castor + 2deg. camber +1 deg. toe in 3 mm + or - 3mm. If you are good you can set toe in with a string line from back wheels or use a toe in stick(adjustable rod like a tent pole) Camber and castor best done on a wheelalignment machine. Toe in only, can do for just a temp fix to slow down tyre wear.
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