Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia
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it sounds like you have not lowered your car, just replaced...the only time you should get camber problems is when you lower it, as the angle pushes the bottom out. this also changes the caster angle too as the tie rod also pushes it out and makes the wheel turned into the front,,,that being said, the replacement should not have changed any camber nor castor except the new tie rods would have a bit to do with the castor if you did not match the length exactly by matching up yhe number of threads on the outer tie rod ends. the mechanic is not being truthful i don't think. since you changed the struts, be sure they are seated all the way in as they rest on a small lip that can be tricky to seat in all the way. also they have a left and right marking on them that must be aligned correctly.