Had a 4 wheel alignment check done today at a local place that came highly recommended. At least one parameter is in-spec (rear toe total)
Expected values are a little off compared to the service notes, but service note values will take precedence.
Anyone know what KPI and Include angle represent? Can't find any reference to them in the service notes so a bit surprised to see expected values there.
The car tends to steer left easier than right, do any of the above values reflect that behaviour?
I'm going to order various shims from SJs then give them to the garage to do the actual alignment changes. From the service notes I should be able to work out what castor and camber shims changes are required (castor: 1.5mm shim transference will alter by 0.4deg, camber: 1mm change in hole position will alter by 0.4deg). To do that though it looks like I have to disassemble the front top wishbones, count and measure the castor shim plates and also measure the camber plates. Is this correct? Although it looks like either the castor shim washers on the inboard side can be changed OR the castor shim plates on the outboard side can be changed, I'm assuming it'd be easier for them just to adjust the outboard shim plates? Anything else I should watch out for / prepare for?