- Mar 5, 2018
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 ranges in degrees or inches 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:/
So Ideally the front wheels should be perfectly straight and either .08" toed in or toed out at the most, correct?
Does the table say that the camber for the front wheels should be -.42" and for the rear wheels .12" + or - .08"? www.autozone.com/ repairguide...96b43f81b3d92d