Inspect Toein

Toe-in

A + B: 0.1° ± 0.2°

(total)

C - D: 1 ± 2 mm (0.04 ± 0.08 in.)

If the toe-in is not within the specification, adjust by the tie rod end.

5. ADJUST CAMBER NOTICE:

After the camber has been adjusted, inspect the toe-in.

(a) Remove the front wheels.

(b) Remove the 2 nuts on the lower side of the shock absorber.

(c) Coat the threads of the nuts with engine oil.

Temporarily install the 2 nuts.

Adjust the camber by pushing or pulling the lower side of the shock absorber in the direction in which the camber adjustment is required. Adjusting value: 0°06' - 0°30' Tighten the nuts.

Torque: 245 Nm (2,500 kgfcm, 181 ftlbf)

Install the front wheels.

Torque: 103 Nm (1,050 kgfcm, 76 ftlbf)

Check the camber.

Camber

-0 °20' ± 45'

Left-right error

45' (0.75°) or less

HINT:

• Try to adjust the camber to the center value.

• Adjusting value for the set bolts is 6' - 30' (0.1 ° - 0.5°).

90105 15001

Set Bolt

90105-15001

Set Bolt

90105-15001

Adjusting Bolt

90105-15004

1 Dot

1 Dot

90105-15005

2 Dots 1

90105-15006

3 Dots 1

F01195

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(i) Follow the above mentioned steps again. Between step (b) and (c), exchange 1 or 2 selected bolts.

HINT:

When exchanging the 2 bolts, exchange 1 bolt for each time.

6. ADJUST TOE-IN

(a) Remove the boot clamps.

(b) Loosen the tie rod end lock nuts.

(c) Turn the left and right rack ends an equal amount to adjust the toe-in.

Toe-in

A + B: 0.1° ± 0.2°

(total)

C - D: 1 ± 2 mm (0.04 ± 0.08 in.)

HINT:

• Try to adjust the toe-in to the center value.

• Make sure that the lengths of the left and right rack ends are the same.

Tie rod end length difference: 1.5 mm (0.059 in.) or less

(d) Torque the tie rod end lock nuts. Torque: 47 Nm (480 kgfcm, 35 ftlbf)

(e) Place the boots on the seat and install the clamps to them. HINT:

Make sure that the boots are not twisted.

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