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  • Max Wong
    A wheel alignment is done using an alignment machine that measures your wheel angles. These are calculated and compared against your vehicle's original specifications. The technician makes adjustments to the camber, caster, and toe of each wheel as needed.
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    While it's possible to do a DIY alignment at home, it's best to have a mechanic do it for you at a service center near you. You can do the wheel alignment separately or as part of your annual tire care service and vehicle maintenance at Tom Kadlec Kia.17 Jun 2021
  • How do you adjust the camber on a front wheel?

    Part of a video titled HOW TO ADJUST FRONT WHEEL CAMBER WITH CHEAP TOOL
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    Often changes the toe. Into out and that can affect. Actually your uh your alignment as well. AlwaysMoreOften changes the toe. Into out and that can affect. Actually your uh your alignment as well. Always guys use as i said always use jack stands as well because if you don't if the the jack falls uh.
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    That could be a problem with your steering column that should be inspected and repaired by a professional mechanic. You'll notice that your front end alignment is off if your car wants to drive left or right without any input to your steering wheel or if your tires are wearing more on the insides or outsides.18 Jul 2016
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    2. Your vehicle pulls to one side or the other. ...
    3. You notice abnormal tire wear in certain spots. ...
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