Rear wheel camber way out of cross-tolerance
The rear wheel camber on the driver side is twice that on the passenger side. The car is a 1995 E320 wagon and has never been hit. The passenger side camber is just over 1.2 degrees, whereas the driver side is at least 2.4.
I should add that I have E500 springs in the vehicle. Lowering it should not create a situation where cross-tolerance is exceeded so badly. And this is considering that I already used a shim on the driver side above the spring pad. God knows what the camber would have been without the shim.
Any ideas what might be causing the excessive camber situation?