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I have 2001 seat leon 1.9tdi have noticed recently that when you stand back at a distance you can see that the 2 back wheels are leaning outwards at the bottom of the wheel basically theyre not sitting straight and the tyres are wearing on the inside as a result of this

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You need to take it to a wheel specialist for wheel alignment.

It entails the precise settings for the setting regarding your wheels.

This inclused "toe in and toe out"
Camber settings etc

Read more at :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheel_alignment


a professional does this with laser assisted equipment and a car that has wheel alignment problems consumes more fuel, has less power, handles worse and wears its tyres much faster than a car that has the correct settings.

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