Question about 2006 Lexus RX400h Used Cars
Would be great if someone could tell me how to do the camber adjustment on this car myself. I suspect the 17 mm bolt on the lower control arm is the adjusting bolt...is it locket by a nut or do i just turn it to get the adjustment? If there is a nut on the end of this bolt it's impossible to get to without dissmantling other parts of the car.
Their is no camber adjustment,its factory preset so to speak by virtue of its design.If you are having a`problem with tyre wear on this side then first measure outside wheel rim front to back wheel through centre ,both sides and see if distance is more that half a centimetre,look at distance between back of wheel and wing if its not equal each side of car then you have a problem.if its just a bit of scuffing on outside of tyre then this is normal and its caused by the power steering.If the wheel is not within the same distance either side then its either a body jig to straighten or the lower track control arm bent ,this sort of thing is caused by people drinking and driving or using a mobile phone whilst driving ,and wacking the kerb.Or evan worse women drivers trying to reverse park with wheel on lock and trying to mount pavement.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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