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Front wheel alignment

How do i align the front end of my 1999 Ford F150.I need step by step instructions on how to give my f150 a front wheel alignment.

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You need to let an alignment shop handle it. The vehicle has to be perfectly level front to rear and side to side, if this is not correct the alignment will not be accurate.

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