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| Originally posted by ErikB@Jan 24 2005, 05:16 PM |
Since my last visit to the dealer (they swear they didn't touch the alignment), my car feels squirrely.* It feels like the camber is out of adjustment (it now follows the ruts in the road, is more prone to be blown about by wind, and requires more constant correction going down the road).* I took it back to the dealer, they had it for two days and simply gave it back to me stating that they drove it and found nothing to be wrong).* They wouldn't even put it on the machine to check it.* But, something IS different -- I can feel it.
So, the questions:
1. Can camber go out of alignment and be it be adjusted?
2. Should I risk a non-dealership alignment to make sure?
I've got a 2002 530iA Sport
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