My Jaguar is a 2000 XK8 coupe with too much negative camber at only 41,000 miles. Are the 2002 questions you answered applicable to my vehicle? tnx Skip
Country: United StatesMake: JaguarModel: 2000Year: 2000Engine: V8
My local alignment expert says that a "camber correction bolt package" would correct my problem.
I don't even want to drive it,the way it is chewing up tires. Can you help? Skip
Hello and welcome to justanswer.com
If the camber is out of spec then yes an eccentric bolt will need to be installed in the lower control arm to correct your camber angle. You should also make sure your ride height is in spec as you may have weak coil springs.
Can you tell me just what the correct ride height is and where I would get the camber correction bolt package?
Let me check the ride height spec. You will need to get the bolt from Jag. I will look up the part number.
12 years at a Jaguar dealer as technician and shop foreman.
Sorry for the delay.
The ride height is
400mm (15.74in) in the front and 405mm (15.94in) in the rear.
The part number for the camber bolt kit is either JZB100085 or JZB100086 and you will need one for each side.