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Adjustment values for suspension alignment - C2/C2S - as of MY 2005

Note: The following values relate to the empty weight, i.e. full fuel tank, vehicle with tools, but without driver and without additional weights. The following values relate to the empty weight, i.e. full fuel tank, vehicle with tools, but without driver and without additional weights.

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Note: The following values relate to the empty weight, i.e. full fuel tank, vehicle with tools, but without driver and without additional weights.

The toe-difference angle value is also influenced by the vehicle height. For this reason the measured result must be evaluated accordingly. No action is necessary in the case of small deviations from the toe-difference angle's required value as long as the value to the right and left is almost the same.

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Adjustment values for suspension alignment - C2/C2S - as of MY 2005

Note: The following values relate to the empty weight, i.e. full fuel tank, vehicle with tools, but without driver and without additional weights. The following values relate to the empty weight, i.e. full fuel tank, vehicle with tools, but without driver and without additional weights.

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Note: The following values relate to the empty weight, i.e. full fuel tank, vehicle with tools, but without driver and without additional weights.

The toe-difference angle value is also influenced by the vehicle height. For this reason the measured result must be evaluated accordingly. No action is necessary in the case of small deviations from the toe-difference angle's required value as long as the value to the right and left is almost the same.

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Thanks a lot, I will study and compare.

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