Re: camber setting
Don't forget the rear toe on these cars is adjustable. Did they check/adjust the toe when they did the 4wheel alignment? If it's way out this can make the tyre appear to have problems with the camber.
I'm always sceptical when I hear these stories about 4wheel alignment on these cars, hardly anyone seems to know what they're doing and certainly fail to see the adjusting rod on each side for toe setting. Comments like 'take it to the dealer' are just typical and always send alarm bells off for me. The rear toe should be 2 degrees neg by the way, they need to set this up first before doing the fronts.
If the toe is out on this particular wheel it is fairly easy to check just by looking at the wheel from the top. Stand adjacent to the wheel (ie face toward the car) and look straight down at the wheel. Is the right side of the wheel leaning out significantly more than the left side? If so the toe-in is far too much. If so get them to check and adjust the toe, or take it to someone who knows what they're doing.
Hope you get it sorted.
Last edited by Spider95; 15-02-09 at 15:36.