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    Alignments Specs for 2000-up Devilles?

    Anyone have any idea what the alignment specs are for the 2000-up Devilles?

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    Re: Alignments Specs for 2000-up Devilles?

    Send me a PM on Jan 4th to remind me and I will post the spec's from my '04 Deville Service Manual.

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    Re: Alignments Specs for 2000-up Devilles?

    Front suspension, '04 Deville Service Manual, pg 3-18:

    Camber = minus 0.2 degrees, plus or minus 0.5 degrees
    Caster = 5.0 degrees, plus or minus 0.5 degrees
    Total toe = + 0.2 degrees, plus or minus 0.2 degrees

    Camber and caster adjustments (IF necessary!) require the use of a round file. To adjust caster angle, you file the three mounting holes in the strut tower to allow foreward and rearward strut adjustment.

    To adjust camber (again, IF necessary), you slot the holes in the strut at the steering knuckle bolts.

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