S60 L5-2.4L VIN 64 B5244S6 (2003)
Set up the test equipment on the front and rear wheels. Set up the test equipment according to the instructions.
Position the turntables under the front wheels. Use turntables which take up lateral movement
Note! The car must stand level when the front wheels are on the turntables. This is to ensure that the correct values are obtained when checking
the camber and caster.
Bounce the front and rear suspension heavily a few times when the car has sunk onto the turntables. This is so that the suspension resumes the normal
Hint: The following order of work is recommended for best results
Step 1 Camber angle front check/adjust.
Step 2 Rear suspension angles check/adjust.
Step 3 Check/adjust front toe angle.
Checking the camber angle, front
Check the camber angle on both sides.
Adjusting the camber angle, front
The camber angle is adjusted by moving the stub axle at the upper hole in the spring strut outwards or inwards depending on the value measured.
If the stub axle is centred in the spring strut, the degree of adjustment is ± 0.5°.
Raise the front end.
Replace the screws and nuts securing the spring strut to the stub axle. Tighten to light contact.
Press the stub axle in or out to the maximum, depending on the value measured in relation to the spring strut.
Tighten the screws according to Tightening torque See: Specifications/Mechanical Specifications/Steering.