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Need to replace rear camber bolt on 2000 Hyundai Tiburon.

Granddaughter went to get her auto aligned. Told it could not be done because camber bolt needs replaced. Can they wear? Is it rusted? Were they trying to scam her? I have always worked on my own autos so is this job hard to do. Seems simple.

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Most front wheel drives do have a rear camber bolts on the inside of the lower control arm. you can change these yourself. just mark the rough position of the old ones knock them out and replace with the new bolts. probably 1/2 hour job. real easy but you will definitely need an alignment after.

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