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2004 toyota sienna negative camber

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Join Date: Nov 2002
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07-23-04, 07:01 AM   #1  
2004 toyota sienna negative camber

I just took my 2004 toyota sienna to the shop because the rear driver's wheel looked slightly askew. They looked at it and said it was negative camber on both wheels. Does anybody know what this is, or were they jerking me around?

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07-24-04, 04:11 AM   #2  
Camber is an alignment angle that relates in degrees the tilt of the tire from true vertical.Outward tilt is positive inward is negative.I don't know the specs for your car but it may or may not be normal.Due to the fact it's a 2004 it's most likely built that way.Call the dealer and ask or stop by and ask.The vehicle is under warranty so let them look now so if there is a problem it can be corrected early before your tires get damaged.

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