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Hello,

Just bought a 2010 traverse AWD and noticed that the rear passenger wheel has a pretty noticeable camber issue where the driver side is fine. Is this common on these cars and if so does anyone know what the fix would be. pic attached
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Have you taken it to an alignment shop to have it checked? Mine has never been out of the recommended zone but the way the bodywork is shaped certainly makes it look like it's out.
 

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Have you taken it to an alignment shop to have it checked? Mine has never been out of the recommended zone but the way the bodywork is shaped certainly makes it look like it's out.
i havent yet no, i did see another traverse in my neighborhood with same issue same side so was wondering if this was a known thing
 

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I don't think camber is adjustable without purchasing an eccentric bolt. Alignment shops usually have them though.
 

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This is my 2010 with 157,000. No parts changed in rear except for shocks.




 
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