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X type: camber at negative and wont get to a good alignment

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X type jaguar 2004, going through tires fast had alignment done again from different place and was told camber at negative and won't get to a good alignment and will always wear out tires fast. what should i do?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  John replied 8 years ago.

HelloCustomer

First an inspection of a experienced qualified front end technician should inspect the vehicle for worn parts.This being a pretty new vehicle there may not be an worn parts.Camber can be changed by slotting the front strut towers,that will allow the strut to move a small amount to gain positive camber.Sometimes an engine cradle can be shifted around to gain positive camber.A shop that repairs Jaguar's with experienced technicians can help you with this problem.A Jaguar dealer should know how to align your vehicle also.Good /experienced help is hard to find.

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