XC90 FWD L6-3.2L VIN 98 B6324S (2007)
the wheel. See Installing wheels See: Wheels and Tires/Wheels/Service and Repair.
the instrument and make a new adjustment according to the instructions.
Lower the car on the turn table. Rock the car a few times. Check the values.
Checking the camber angle, rear
Check the camber angle on both sides.
Checking rear toe angle
Note! Always check thrust angle when checking/adjusting rear toe angle.
Check that the instruments are adjusted in relation to each other on the front and rear axles. This is extremely important so that the rear wheel toe angle
can be adjusted in relation to the car's thrust line (geometric driving axis). The thrust line is the line created when the toe angles for the rear wheels are
equally divided. See the illustration.
The difference between the symmetry line of the wheels and the thrust line is called the thrust angle. The thrust angle must not deviate by more than a
maximum of 0° ± 0.25° from the symmetry line of the wheels.
Note! The differences in the diagram are heavily exaggerated in order to illustrate the differences.