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Has anyone else been told by tire shops that their Equinox's rear end in not capable of adjusting the Camber? ...





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Old 04-22-2015, 01:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone else been told by tire shops that their Equinox's rear end in not capable of adjusting the Camber?

They tell me with regular rotations shouldn't be an issue but after going 7,000 miles with brand new tires on the rear i now have them on the front end and the road noise drives me crazy.
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That's weird. Have you tried asking your dealer? Maybe they have some opinion about it.
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Old 09-25-2015, 11:07 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nope, but I've never taken it in for an Alignment,yet.
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It would be appear to be an incorrect statement. I just took my '13 'Nox in for an alignment and from my service record copy you see all the specs, and for the rear it only specs total toe and thrust angle. Cross camber is indicated as -0.1 for the rear but there is no before/after nor a specified range the way it is for all the other measurements. However, for the individual measurements for left rear and right rear there are values and specified ranges for camber and toe.
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