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How can I correct the negative camber on front end of sonata 2007

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You are going to have to buy yourself an alignment rack and learn how to use it. might be faster and much cheaper to take it to a tire shop which does alignments.

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How to change camber


No, you don't need 15 degrees of negative camber. Most typical specs for camber on the front of a car are between 0.0' and ~ -2.5'.
Note: Cars with -2.0+ degrees of negative camber are usually performance cars like Porsches, Ferrari's, Mercedes AMG models, and so forth.

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Check if you don't have a arms are not Ben
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2011 C70 Front Camber is too agressive, is there anyway to prevent excessive tire wear that is due to negative camber being too large?


Have you had any work done to raise or lower the vehicle? What shape are the struts in? What about accidents ? What is the camber set to now? Did you look into aftermarket camber plates?

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Both front tyres have excessive wear after only a few thousand miles on the insides. Appears to be similar rate of wear on each tyre. Tracking adjusted last service, so unlikely to be that. Any ideas?...


I think a real good place to start would be to have a front end alignment, and struts and springs checked. Most alignment places will check front end all over before performing the alignment, to insure that it isn't worn parts causing the problem, as well as insuring that you aren't driving under dangerous conditions. Your problem could be as simple as a camber adjustment to correct negative camber.( tire is leaning inward at top, which causes tire at road surface to run on inside of tread.) Weak struts and springs are also a consideration, especially if still original on a 95' vehicle.
Here's a link that explains alignment pretty well to help you understand.
http://www.familycar.com/alignment.htm

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Is there ajustment for camber caster on the rear


From the factory,no,however,
There is a bolt kit available,in a few different sizes from 1 degree to 3 degrees I believe.This is for camber only,no caster adjustment is possible.
Also,alot of the alignment problem may be ride height,as the springs get weaker,the rear end sags and the camber goes negative. Often the camber can be corrected with a coil spring spacer .
You can tell if you were to put a jack under the center of the rear,take some weight off and you will see the camber come back.

Nov 06, 2010 | Pontiac Grand Prix Cars & Trucks

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Front end alignment


The independant shop is correct, as well as the dealer. There are aftermarket parts available (and required, in my opinion) that allow for adjustment. Do that and be happy.

The dealer has only FORD stuff and they are clueless about this issue. They think replace parts and everything is okay and it is NOT.

Get the aftermarket parts, which have adjustable, ecentric attributes that allow for adjustment.

The front end needs to be aligned perfectly, or burn tires.

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Toyot acressida 1988.. my car has negative camber


there is no adjustment from the factory, but a really good front end tech can make it adjustable, suggest you take it to the Toyota dealer.

Sep 27, 2009 | 1988 Toyota Cressida

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2007 e 350 pulls right


Two things to do .. switch tires on the front to find out if its a tire problem first.. if this dont fix it you need camber and caster checked by a front end shop.. also make sure tire pressure is same in both tires ok .. and thanks jerry

Apr 26, 2009 | 2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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Front End alignment


Caster +2.5 degrees to +3.5degrees Camber -.5 degree to +.5 degree but Myself for best tire wear the Camber should be set at-.2 degree to +.2 degree. as for the toe it should be set at 0 straight ahead to an 1/8 an inch toed in. I myself preferr 1/16th of an inch toed in.

Dec 06, 2008 | 2001 Dodge Stratus

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Negative camber


Hi...
On your Celica.
Check if the Strut is NOT bent.
Or if the car was not involved on accidente on the front.
Check the Comdittion of the Lower Ball joint, LOwer control arm.

Check if the Camber in your car is adjustable.
Removing the Tire and removing the Bolt that hold the Strut in position. If the Holes in the Strut are Like Oval, is adjustable.
But if NOT. Some Autoparts SELL a Camber kit. That include
New bolt and washers.

But if you Don't want to spend money on the KIT.
Remove the Tire , Remove the 2 Bolt that hold the Strut.
And make the Holes A little oval the holes .
Move a little at front and rear. For make the strut adjustable.
POSITIVE or NEGATIVE..

Ok I hope this help on your problem...
Thank you for use fixya,,,,,,

Aug 22, 2008 | 1995 Toyota Celica

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