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Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: London, England
From the readings other people have put up on here is the past, a slight left to right difference in camber is quite common. To correct it you would need to move the subframe over slightly. But it isn't a problem, so leave it alone.
Same goes for the rear.
BUT the rear transverse links can be easily bent, but with a visual inspection (ie sticking your head under the back of the car!) a bent link would probably be easy to spot.
Another thing easy to check is the bush that connects the forward link to the rear hub. Simply grab the link and pull it about. Again easy to spot a failure.
Once you have done that and assuming there is nothing visually bent or clonking about, take it back and get them to adjust the rear tracking as part of the full 4-wheel alignment you had already paid for.
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