I just had my 2007 Hyundai Tucson front end alignment done and rotated the tires. After the alignment, it steered straight, but did not feel right.

The mechanic said the left rear cannot be done anymore. It is maxed out. They said I need to take it to a dealer; they have special tools to do this.

Here are the results:

  • Actual = -1.3
  • Before = -1.3
  • Specified Range = -1.4, -0.4

Below that in red ink is:

  • Actual = 0.04
  • Before = 0.06
  • Specified = 0.14, 0.30

Do I need to replace the camber bolts? What else could it be?

  • 2
    can you upload a picture of the alignment sheet? what do you mean by, it didn't feel right?
    – Ben
    Oct 26, 2016 at 13:40
  • Thinking we should close this, OP didn't respond to the comment and it's unclear what the problem actually is (does not feel right, which measurements).
    – dlu
    Dec 17, 2016 at 22:32
  • It is a little vague, but it's clear that: 1) The left rear is out of spec, and 2) the mechanic said it was "maxed out" and to take it to dealer, and 3) the OP does not know what this means. Just wanted to point these out in case it clarifies it at all, I dunno. I suppose the OP could just give the dealer a call and see what they say.
    – Jason C
    Dec 29, 2016 at 22:55


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