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Front end had different camber...?


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Hi, I have this problem I noticed the day I got the 2002A..looking from the front, the driver side wheel has more camber than the passenger side. It is visually noticable, so I guess 1-2 deg (?) more neg camber on the driver side. All bushings and balljoints are tight, could the subframe be tweaked? The car drives wonderfully, tracks straight, but it does look kinda dorky with one side leaning over more. Will a fixed camber plate bring it more into the even? Thanks!

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and caused the driver's side spring to take a set. Same thing occurs in coil spring cars that habitually have a heavy load in the trunk--partially collapses the rear springs over time...

You can rule out suspension problems (kinked frame rails, worn/bent suspension arms/struts etc) by having alignment checked. Any evidence of previous accident damage to the front end?

Mike

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