Chevy S-10

How do you do a front end alignment on a 1994 Chevy s10 blazer 2 wheel drive?

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May 27, 2009 10:52PM

The only thing worth attempting at home is toe adjustment. Make a small chalk mark in the center of the tread of each front tire. Measure the distance with a tape measure. Spin the tires 180 degrees so your marks are in the back and measure again. For 0 toe those measurements should match. If they don't, loosen the adjusting sleeves on each outer tie rod and turn them evenly with a pipe wrench until they do. This is still more of a pain than it sounds like. The easiest way to do it where all 3 of your angles and aligned is to take it to a front end shop. Where im from, you'll be good to go for about 45 bucks