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Does anyone know of a cheat way to adjust the rear camber angle on a 406 hdi 110? Had the 4 wheel tracking done last year and when changing wheel bearing yesterday noticed the inner edges are wearing quicker than the rest of the tyre. I know they are adjusted at the end of the rear track rod arm but by how much and is it possible to measure them with a plum line fixed to the body of the car? any ideas
 

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This is usually caused by wear in the bushes in the little bar near the top of the rear suspension I believe this also adjusts it.

If its wearing badly the bar needs to go out a little towards outside of car assuming the bushes are ok
 
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The camber cannot be adjusted, only the tracking by using the eccentric bolts to turn slightly.

Its possible the rear bushes, tie rods etc could have signs of wear.
 
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