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2010 hyundai genesis camber problems - car pulls to right or left - dealer did some adjustment but car still pulls right or left - why - dealer has offered to rotate tires - can not see how that will help - what should the dealer be doing?

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I'm worried for your safety here danig513, having tires that are unpredictable could be very dangerous, especially while cornering in wet conditions or on the highway. Also, with a 4wd car, you could be increasing wear on various drive line components such as your center differential. If money is an issue, an option would be to find a used tire shop. I would go for a cheap used tire or two instead of one that is obviously damaged. You don't want that ****** coming apart on you.

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The only camber adjustment that they make for this particular vehicle is what they call a camber correction bolt kit.It is sold in pairs and there are two bolts per package(one package covers one axle of vehicle) These run about $30 a set and they replace the upper strut bolt mount, they simply go in and replace the upper bolt on the strut, and they give you the option of moving the strutin and out up to three degrees to adjust camber.Are available at most auto pars stores. Any other questions get back to me...I'M HERE TO HELP!!!

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 08 honda pilot-cupping tire wear on rear drivers

what you need is an alignment. to have an alignment done, no parts need to be replaced. the car is put on a machine which measures 3 things on the wheels. then after the measurments are in, the suspension is adjusted, which makes your tire wear even. but like i said, no place needs to be replaced for an alignment. unless the part is visually damaged or making unusual noises it shouldnt need to be replaced. also, regular mechanics usually dont have the equipment to measure if your alignment is off or not. which means you have to take it to an alignment specialist, and they should give you a price of how much it should cost. usually is around 100 dollars for one pair of wheels(front or back) and should be under 200 for both front and back. hope this helps, goodluck.

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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. :(

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