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Does worn out coil springs cause the tires to lean in at the top

Leaning in at the top

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SOURCE: front tires are leaning in

You probably need ball joints, unless you have large aftermarket tires which means you only need an alignment.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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Have an alignment done, they will advise you as to what, if anything is worn bad enough to be replaced, like maybe springs/struts.

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SOURCE: I need the steps to adjusting the camber on the

the camber has to be adjusted on an wheel alignment machine. after that is adjusted, then the "toe in" is adjusted. You cant adjust one with affecting the other. but camber has to be done first.

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