Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
2003 Mitsubishi outlander all wheel drive my rear tires have (really bad) negative camber, getting mixed answers from Mitsu, some tell me that camber is not adjustable, other tech also from Mitsu says that camber is adjustable. i can't find a camber kit for this car..., could it be the suspension? how do i tell if the struts are cooked? the bushing all look good..... can looks be decieving?? nothing looks bent or twisted, this issue is with both tires no accidents or harsh use... was moms car and she is 55 yrs. drives like she is 70. i don't have the money to buy parts and be wrong.... please help!!!
No solution yet but have same prob on my 03. Rear tires shot after only 10000 miles. NTB gonna diagnose for free. Got 4 tires and 4wheel alignment last year from them. Service mgr thinks it's prob suspension but will prorate michelin tires. Betcha it'll still cost me a thousand. :(
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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