This is a 1999 VW Jetta GL MK3 old body style 93-99. Recently the vehicle hit a concrete curb and bent the axle and the tie rod. Both parts were replaced and we got it up on the alignment rack and aligned the vehicle. However, its straight as it can be, but the camber is off, and I understand that in VW's you cannot adjust the camber. So right now the wheel on the driver side front has a negative camber. The top is more inner to the wheel well, while the bottom sticks out more. What could be causing this issue and is there anyway to adjust the camber? I know apparently you can adjust two bolts on the sub-frame that may help? But please advise.
Is it possible that the strut could be bent? Because the vehicle drives fine, and no clunking noises or anything.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
have the same problem?
Friday, November 6th, 2009 AT 10:26 PM