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To my knowledge, the OBD-II standard does not require manufacturers to provide this information. That said, some manufacturers may make steering angle information accessible through make-specific cables. This is usually done to give dealerships the ability to calibrate or recognize a replacement sensor. Even if this information was available, you would ...


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When you say OBD i'm assuming you mean generic data. The answer is outright NO. OBD generic data has no parameters that the alignment can be gleamed from. If the car has a steering wheel angle sensor then maybe you could tell if something is wrong. This data would be available in manufacturer specific. If the angle has been off for a long time at high ...


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Any time something in the suspension is replaced or something adjustable is undone an a alignment is recommended. While theoretically there are lots of little tricks to get the alignment close, it will never be perfect without verification with an alignment check. The biggest problem is that the replacement part is never exactly the same as the original ...



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