Had my alignment done today (here in the Netherlands) with the information found in this topic.
Explained to the mechanic what I wanted, and showed him the alignment report from the first posting and the original settings found in the cars' manual.
Told him I wanted the front set to zero.
The guy start working on my 159, and returns after 45 min to tell me the camber on the front wheels is not adjustable and way out of specs. He suggest to take the front toe even beyond the zero and set it to positive, because otherwise I would still be wearing off the inside of my front tires.
I agreed to that.
After turning home I compared the print I got from him with all the infomation I had gathered. All seemed fine at first sight, till it suddenly hit me .... The (default-)values for the rear toe ("achter" - "toespoor") were negative numbers in stead of positive.
I went to the garage again, and showed them the things I found.
"Sorry sir, seems to be a mistake in our computer"
Due to the huge workload there this time of year (everyone wants their wintertires changed back to regular tires, just like me) there was no opportunity to do the alignment again today.
Have to wait another week before I can go there again.
Since I have to go there again and redo the alignment I want to do it right this time.
So my question is: Do I stick to the positive toe on the front wheels like they suggested or should I ask for a Zero setting like suggested in this topic?
Any other sugestions for improvement?
I attached the report I got. It is Dutch, so you probably will not understand the words, but the numbers are all the same in English
Everything written by hand is done by me and should be the reference numbers I found here and in the car manual.
thnx for your help/comments, and excuse me for my English as according to my teacher I am not that good with foreign languages