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Alignment measurements are taken in tenths and hundredths of degrees, so it does not take much to knock your alignment out. There are many ways that this can happen, and we think that you’ll be familiar with most of them.
Once the technician pulls your car into the shop, they will do a visual and physical inspection of your tires and all suspension components to check that everything is in proper working condition. If a tire, bushing, or other suspension part needs replacement, it is best to replace it before the alignment is performed. Once the inspection has taken place, the technician will place the vehicle on a specialized machine that places a specific laser and mirror system on each wheel. That system will translate precise measurements to a computer, letting the technician know your current camber, toe, and caster. The computer will also indicate where the adjustments need to be and how much adjustment is needed. Each vehicle has its own set of recommended camber, toe, and caster settings, so it is important to set up an appointment with us to make sure you’ve taken your vehicle to a reputable service station with a good alignment machine.