When I had my '87 Taurus, there was no provision for adjusting caster
and camber. I remember drilling out the welds in the top plate that
holds the strut to the tower. That allowed some movement but not much. I
remember using a small grind stone in a Dremel tool to increase the
size of the slots to gain some more, but even with that I don't think I
was able to change the camber more than a half degree or so. Caster will
require moving the top of the strut fore and aft instead of side to
side. Bottom line is that the Taurus = POS. Got a Grand Marquis now and
not only is everything adjustable, but it doesn't seem to need adjusting
and I have over 206k Miles on it.
Why do you think you need to adjust caster? Just adjust the toe and
forget about it.
If your Caster is out, you bent something. Before you do
anything else, figure out what you bent and fix that first.
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