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ALIGNMENT SPECIFICATIONS WITH VEHICLE AT CURB HEIGHT
WHEEL ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENTS FRONT SUSPENSION REAR SUSPENSION
VEHICLE IS TO BE AT CURB HEIGHT TO CHECK AND/OR SET THE FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION ALIGNMENT TO SPECIFICATIONS. 1.50 INCH + OR - 1/4 INCH HIGHER THAN THE TOP SURFACE OF HEIGHT CHECKING FIXTURE. 2.0 INCH + OR - 1/4 INCH HIGHER THAN THE TOP SURFACE OF HEIGHT CHECKING FIXTURE. WHEN PERFORMING AN ALIGNMENT ON THIS VEHICLE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST BE CHECKED. VEHICLE MUST HAVE A FULL TANK OF FUEL, ALL FLUIDS FILLED TO THE PROPER LEVEL, ALL ORIGINAL FACTORY SUPPLIED EQUIPMENT MUST ALSO BE IN THE VEHICLE. THE VEHICLE MUST NOT HAVE ANY LUGGAGE, PASSENGERS OR ADDITIONAL WEIGHT.
CAMBER SPECIFICATION WITH THE VEHICLE AT SPECIFIED CURB HEIGHT. -0.20° + OR - 0.20° -0.50° + OR - 0.20°
CASTER SPECIFICATION WITH THE VEHICLE AT SPECIFIED CURB HEIGHT. + 6.0° + OR - 0.50° * + 1.0° + OR - 0.50° *
TOE (PER WHEEL) SPECIFICATION WITH THE VEHICLE AT THE SPECIFIED CURB HEIGHT.** + 0.05°+ OR - 0.04° * + 0.10°+ OR - 0.04° *
TOE CUT AT FULL TURN INNER WHEEL27.0 ° + OR - 1.5° - -
- OUTER WHEEL25.7 ° + OR - 1.5° - -
VEHICLE IS TO BE SET TO THE SPECIFIED DESIGN HEIGHT WHEN TIGHTENING AND TORQUING ALL SUSPENSION COMPONENTS USING RUBBER ISOLATOR BUSHINGS. 0.7 INCH + OR - 1/4 INCH HIGHER THAN THE TOP SURFACE OF HEIGHT CHECKING FIXTURE. 0.5 IN. + OR - 1/4 INCH HIGHER THAN THE TOP SURFACE OF HEIGHT CHECKING FIXTURE. BALLAST THE FRONT AND REAR OF VEHICLE TO MEET THE SPECIFIED DESIGN HEIGHT USING THE HEIGHT CHECKING FIXTURES SPECIAL TOOL 6914. USE PROCEDURE AS DESCRIBED IN DESIGN HEIGHT SETTING PROCEDURE IN THE SERVICE PROCEDURES OF THIS SECTION of the Manuals tab.
* MAXIMUM LEFT TO RIGHT ALIGNMENT SPECIFICATION DIFFERENTIAL IS: CASTER 0.50° TOE 0.04°.
** POSITIVE (+) IS TOE IN ; NEGATIVE (-) IS TOE OUT.
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