Wheel Alignment on 2007 Honda Odyssey

I took my van for an alignment and they are saying that they need to add a kit in order to get teh alignment right. They say that the OEM bolts for the alignment are not long enough to adjust the alignment. I dont beleive this. Can you share your opinion on this please ?

by in The Colony, TX on December 27, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on December 27, 2010
It's absolutely possible and often has to be done on different brand vehicles. Here is form the Honda repair manual: Front Camber Adjustment The front camber can be adjusted by exchanging one or both of the damper pinch bolts with a smaller diameter adjusting bolt. The difference between the adjusting bolt diameter and the pinch bolt hole diameter allows for a small range of adjustment. They are telling you the truth. Zee
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