You can't. Have the job done at a wheel alignment shop.
Adjust rear of car then front of car. Adjust in this order: Caster, Camber, Toe.
check front caster/camber and toe , and then possibly adjust to within specs.
Alignment term. There is camber, caster and toe. Toe is wheels in or out towards each other. Camber/caster is just in or out top and bottom and is adjusted with shims. Any alignment shop can cheaply check and adjust all three.
To get a more accurate alignment just follow these steps. 1) when an alignment is performed on a vehicle, either with a computer or doing it yourself. (without a computer) Always adjust camber and caster angles first (if possible). Always adjust toe angles last. 2) If doing a 4 wheel alignment always adjust the rear angles first, camber, caster, then toe. Then perform the front end alignment. this will help you perform a better alignment on any vehicle.
Caster, camber and toe are part of the front end and steering alignment.
A caster camber gauge measures the caster in each wheel. The measurement has to do with wheel alignment and degrees of track on the tire.
Toe, caster and camber.
Using alignment slugs that go in the upper I-beam over the upper balljoint nub. Take stock one out swing caster/camber and install the correct degree slug in the correct position. You will need a alignment machine or if ur old school plates and old caster camber heads and the know how to to it that way too. Take it to an alignment shop!
the bolts in the upper control arm have cams on them to adjust the camber and caster.
if you have the right equipment camber and caster is easy to adjust, but can be a pain to get it just right.. especially if you are doing it yourself.. (use wrenches to adjust, but location in degrees can be difficult with the small alignment tools) it will take alot of time if you do it yourself, and I would recommend taking it to a shop, and just letting them do it. front should have 2 bolts to loosen, one is lock, the other is adjustment. unloosen the lock, adjust to the desired location, then tighten the lock. the rear to my knowledge is only adjustable camber, but not caster, or caster, but not camber, or vice versa.. they make the cars to easily swap the parts out, but not to adjust. its just the stupid throw away society we live in.
Adding or removing the shims on the upper control arm can adjust camber and caster.
If you mean for an alignment that is what it is called. There are 4 settings, caster, camber, toe in and toe out.
1999 - 2004 Toe is zero, Camber is zero, Caster is 2.5 deg.
That depends on weather you need to adjust the camber, caster, or toe... The toe is the easiest to adjust that is done by screwing the tie rod ends in or out depending on what you need.. Camber and caster is much more difficult but that is done by adding shims to the upper control arm.. But I would recommend taking your car to the shop for an alignment that should cost between $50 to $100 to make sure all is done right..
It is possible for the Camber and Caster of the alignment to move slightly after a few punishing pot holes.
Camber is done by adjusting the lower control arm bolt. Caster isn't really adjustable. you can buy a kit from toplineparts.com that will give you more adjustment.
Thats easy if you have the computer to do it with. All the cavalier has is a toe adjustment in the back. One for each tire. Its a cam bolt known as a essentric cam that can be turned to push out one side of the wheel or pull in on side of the wheel. If the camber or caster is out though, you mine as well replace your struts and springs. There are no adjustments for camber, caster on a 98 cavalier. (on the rear that is). If you want to adjust toe It may be done by string but it is not reccomended by the fact that it is not as accurate as the alignment machine itself.
I have an '88 Escort EXP and only the toe is adjustable on the front suspension. The caster and camber are fixed from the factory. There are no built-in adjustment mechanisms for caster and camber. If caster or camber are incorrect, it may be possible to adjust this by elongating bolt holes or moving suspension mounting points but this can involve major modifications and is best left to someone who can do it themselves. I doubt that you could find a mechanic that would do this for you due to liability problems.
The Integra has camber and toe adjustment but no caster
Camber .25 deg pos caster 2.6 + .7 toe +20
Drop spindles are generally used to lower the front end of a vehicle while maintaining the correct camber and caster alignment.
For a 1995 bmw 740il the front wheel alignment is as follows: camber -1.1 degree caster is 5.1 degree toe in is .6mm or 0 degree 4'
Setting up a camber caster gauge is not a very difficult task, and there are several places that can give you step-by-step directions. The following video gives you instructions on how to install a camber caster gauge on your car: http://www.ehow.com/video_2327625_set-up-camber-caster-gauge.html.
left front: 4.0 degrees positive caster 0.5 degrees positive camber right front 4.5 degrees positive caster 0.5 degrees positive camber total toe in: .10 degrees good luck