Re: Front end alignment
Originally Posted by John47
As you know - these vehicles are AWD - they are in 4WD all the time......
Specialist wheel alignment places that know their business will check alignment of all 4 wheels.
It's not unusual to have a problem with a rear wheel creating an issue with tracking.
It makes sense. I read somewhere that few tyre places do fourbies properly. I was going to suggest that if getting an alignment at a tyre place, one should provide the specs, tow-in and camber front and rear and castor angle. Chances are they won't have access to Jeep specs so will apply a generic setup. I assumed these details were in the manual as they were in for other cars I've owned, but not so, at least not that I could find. If anyone can find the wheel alignment specs it would be much appreciated by all. I guess this is another one of those Jeep "need to know" things to protect the dealers.
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