I just replaced the pads and rotors on the front of my Saturn and I noticed
that front driver side tire was worn bald on the inside. The front
passenger side tire was worn evenly. Is the camber adjustable on a 2004
Saturn Ion? If not I'm afraid that something might be bent or that it will
be expensive to have the alignment fixed. Any ideas?
Some vehicles didn't come with an adjustment or cam bolt. My Grand Prix
didn't. Part stores will have it or a GOOD alignment shop will install it if
needed. When I had mine aligned they didn't touch the camber. As a result my
new tires were worn quickly on the inside. Make sure to use good shop with
an experienced alignment man.
It's not an adjustment bolt I'm talking about - it's the way the strut is
secured to the knuckle that adjusts camber. Some cars don't have slotted
holes, but a good alignment shop will elongate the bolt holes in order to
set the proper camber if needed.
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