Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Danville, CA USA
You obviously have never seen Monty Python, Holy Grail, the funniest movie ever made. Watch the rope bridge scene.
The only thing you know from the fact that your car drives straight, about your alignment, is that the left and ride sides are set the same. This only means that whoever did the alignment, wasn't massively incompetent. It says nothing about your alignment being appropriate for your car or driving use. I wouldn't spend 10 seconds on anything else, until I found out what the alignment was. Without knowing this, you will be completely wasting your time.
For your car, I would remove any spacers between the tie rod and the shoulder of the stud in the steering arm. Just place all of the spacers below the tie rod, then put the nut on. This will get the tie rod as high as possible, which is probably what you will need on your car.
Also make sure that you are using center drilled rack bushings.
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