Magnum V8-5.7L VIN 2 (2007)
Alignment: Customer Interest
Steering - Vehicle Leads Left or Right
DATE: October 3, 2007
THIS BULLETIN SUPERSEDES TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 02-002-05, DATED MARCH 12, 2005, WHICH SHOULD BE REMOVED
FROM YOUR FILES. ALL REVISIONS ARE HIGHLIGHTED WITH **ASTERISKS** AND INCLUDES REVISED REAR WHEEL DRIVE
(RWD) SPECIFICATIONS, ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR SRT AND ADDITIONAL MODEL YEARS.
Right/** Left** Lead Revised Alignment Specifications
This bulletin involves adjusting the alignment to revised specifications.
2005 - **2008**
**2007 - 2008
The vehicle operator states the vehicle leads to the right **or Left.**
Drive the car on a FLAT road (**without crown or asphault ruts**). If the car tracks straight, the vehicle operator is experiencing crown sensitivity. If
the vehicle tracks to the right **or left,** perform the Repair Procedure. Crown sensitivity can not be eliminated in all the cases.
Before evaluating the vehicle, it is important to check the following:
Tire pressure - Adjust tire pressure (if necessary) in all four **tires** to the pressure stated on the door placard.
Tire size & type - Verify that all four tires are the same size and type.
**Ensure all luggage compartments are free of anything other than factory equipment.**
When evaluating the vehicle, always drive the same road in both directions to get a feel for the effect of road crown, **rut wander** and cross wind.
SPECIAL TOOLS/EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
**Ensure alignment equipment has been calibrated according to the Manufacturer's requirements.
The vehicle will lead toward the side with the least positive caster. CROSS CASTER (left minus right) for front end alignment: (Relative to
Individual caster, the RIGHT side will typically be higher than the LEFT side.)
RWD: - 1.0 degrees and no more than - 1.6 degrees.
AWD: - 0.6 degrees and no more than - 1.2 degrees.
SRT: - 0.0 degrees and no more than -1.2 degrees
CROSS CAMBER (left minus right) for front end alignment: (Relative to individual camber, the LEFT side will typically be higher than the