So have you actually looked to see what's wrong? Has the upper ball joint housing popped out of the control arm? Caster and camber are adjusted by moving a slip-shaft attached to the upper control arm. If the nuts are loose, the arm will shift when you hit a bump.
The steering arm is half-way between the upper and lower control arms, so any change in camber needs to have an accompanying change in toe. Since camber changed and toe wasn't adjusted, toe is now off a bunch resulting in the tire squeal. When camber is fixed, toe will also get better, but you will need an alignment for proper tire wear.
If you find the slip-shaft is loose, and it happens again, suspect rust buildup in the threads of the two mounting bolts. The rust makes the nuts feel tight, but they aren't clamping the shaft properly.
Saturday, September 26th, 2020 AT 10:20 AM