My Mirage was delivered new with the front toe out of spec. Maybe yours was like this, too.
Originally Posted by spiritorb
That's good! That's the main measurement you have to watch out for because it's the hardest one to fix.
...rear toe was found to be well within specs...
99% of the time, a shop won't even attempt to adjust the front camber on a Mirage because (in theory) it's not adjustable. Most shops adjust the front toe and send the car out the door if the camber is within spec.
The tech set the left side Camber to a final setting of -0.3 on the left, and -0.7 on the right.
What would be the reason for setting this to such a difference from the left to the right?
Because your front camber was out of spec, the tech may have spent some time messing with the strut mounts to get the camber readings into spec. Maybe he elongated one of the strut mount holes for some additional camber adjustment. Some people use "camber bolts" to accomplish the same thing. I'm thinking that the tech didn't intentionally adjust your camber numbers to those values. He probably just messed with it until both sides were within spec.
Last edited by Top_Fuel; 08-25-2020 at 08:14 PM.
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