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Old 07-11-2019, 09:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of a shop near Milwaukee who can do an all wheel steer alignment on my 94 VR4. Tire place said go to a Chrysler dealer...lol.
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I am going to show my ignorance here, but what makes an all wheel steer a special alignment? if the wheel is in the right place when going straight, wouldn't it be in the correct spot when moving 1.5*??

unless some how they became out of phase of each other?????

I am sorry I hit your thread with a question not an answer, but this really peaked my curiosity. have my alignments been wrong in the past?
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Ironically I took mine to the local tire place.
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I am going to show my ignorance here, but what makes an all wheel steer a special alignment? if the wheel is in the right place when going straight, wouldn't it be in the correct spot when moving 1.5*??

unless some how they became out of phase of each other?????

I am sorry I hit your thread with a question not an answer, but this really peaked my curiosity. have my alignments been wrong in the past?
Many threads have accrued over the years, but in a nutshell, the tie rod ends for 3/S with AWS are supposed to be disconnected before the alignment procedure commences.
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Then I would think any alignment shop could do this if you tell them to pop those off??
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Well WTF. So tell them to be sure to remove the rear tie rods as well since it is all wheel steer and then give it a standard 4 wheel alignment per spec?
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