Hello, since I do not know your knowledge of alignments, I will try explain in layman terms
There are 3 different adjustments on front of car. Toe,Caster,Camber
Toe is looking down on top of car and seeing if the tires point straight ahead
Camber is the top of the tire leaning in or out
Caster is how far the tire is forward or backward looking at side of the car.
Now. Only caster and toe will cause a pull. I suspect the toe is dead on and also the caster. BUT... sometimes suspension shifts to where you need to think outside the box and make adjustments not at factory specs. I suspect caster is at fault. They probably have dead on but it needs tweeking. If you measure the center of one tire to the center of the other tire, same side of car, this is caster. Caster will NOT cause tire wear.
On all cars the LF tire sits back slightly to account for crown in the road. I think yours is set back too far. Meaning, they neeed to move caster either forward on LF or rearward on RF. Either one will work. Fortunatley, caster is adjustable on your car. IF not done already, there are 3 rivits to be drilled out on top of strut, then the strut will slide forward or rearward to move tire front or rear. They need to pick a side. I suggest LF and move the tire more to the front of the car. Your problem will be solved. I do this all the time. Below is info on how to adjust . Just FYI/ Hope this helps. Thanks
|Fig. 2 Front Wheel Caster Adjustment|
- With car supported by its wheels, remove the three top strut mounting nuts and washers, Fig. 2.
- Lift front of car by the body to separate top strut mount from inner wheelhouse. Do not raise control arms or tires.
- Drill two 11/32 inch holes at the front and rear of outboard strut mounting holes. Use a rat-tail file to slot the outboard hole.
- Paint any bare metal areas with a corrosion protective primer or paint.
- Reposition strut mount in holes, then lower front of car.
- Reinstall washers and nuts.
- Set caster to specifications by moving top of strut forward or rearward as required. 1 mm of movement is equivalent to 0.1°of caster.
- Torque top strut mounting bolts to 18 ft. lbs.