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How do you adjust the camber on front end of 98 dodge caravan

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The two bolts on the lower strut assembly, where it bolts to the spindle, the holds where the two big bolts go through are egg long for camber adjustment, to get that with in spec, should only be done with a alignment machine.

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Camber adjustment is not provided for by the factory, to provide a way to adjust this calls for a special "Camber" kit to be installed, contact Napa auto parts is bet choice to gethis kit.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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