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Old 01-28-2020, 02:49 PM   #1
Rob888
 
Drives: 2010 Yaris 2 door hatchback
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Need front wheel alignment specs

I made a camber tool that consists of two bolts attached to a metal bar to which is attached a digital level gauge.

These are the angle measurements I got on all four wheels on my 2010 Yaris two door hatchback:
front driver side=88.25 degrees, front passenger side=87.39, rear driver side=89.17, rear passenger side=86.82. So, for example, the front driver side camber would be:90 degrees-88.25=1.75 positive camber I believe. The tool displays zero degrees when laid on a flat surface.

What are the factory camber specification degree ranges for the front and rear wheels?

I adjusted the toe alignment on this car using a string method. I set the front wheels toed out 1/16" on each wheel for a total 1/8" toe out. One sixteenth toe out per wheel is typically recommended for front wheel drive vehicles. What is the factory toe specification range in inches for a 2010 Yaris two door hatchback?

I found this table of alignment specs for my Yaris, but I'm not sure how to read it. https://www.autozone.com/repairguide...96b43f81b3d92d

Does the table say that the camber spec range for the front wheels is -.34 to -.50 degrees and for the rear wheels is .04 to .20 degrees? The toe spec range for the front wheels is listed as 13.07 +/-.75. Does that toe range mean 13.07 degrees +/- .75 degrees in relation to a straight line parallel to the car and through a perfectly straight front wheel? What is the spec toe range in inches? Thanks for any replies.
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Old 03-05-2020, 03:52 PM   #2
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I found all the specs by doing some searching. Thanks for the help.
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