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I have a 1990 plymouth grand voyager se 3.3 that pulls to the right had an alignment done and the caster on the left is at 1.4 and on the right is at 0.9 the specs call for -0.3 thu 1.7 how can i adjust my caster angle. to stop the pull

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If the alignment shop could not adjust it . Take it to one that can. You can not adjust the caster with out the right equipment. If the vehicle has suffered accident damage and that is the reason for the lack of adjustment, have a body shop with a frame stretcher adjust the alignment . It will cost more but they will fix it right, not just take your money and say sorry it can not be fixed because we do not know how to do it, or do not have the right equipment.

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