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Old 06-13-2012, 03:33 PM
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MB E - Class 220 CDI (211) HELP!

Hi I own a MB 2009 (W211) E-CLASS 220 CDI
I had car trouble after MB changed dampers front on my car 2 years ago

Problem I had was that my tires are worn on the inside very quickly (front)
(have changed the front wheel bearing twice. right and left side)

I have had the car on the wheel alignment of the MB and others
But they cannot manage the problem with the front wheels
Camber bolt on the left side is changed, but not on the right

Hope someone can help me out!



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so you are saying you didn't have a problem with tire wear until AFTER front struts were changed out, or excess inside tire wear was occurring before they were?
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yes that's right
after they changed it , then the problem came with the tires (front tires) only Inside
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I attach a pdf file with pictures, the latest wheel alignment
it is in Swedish

Translate on the lines -


(Rear) (first measurement) (setpoints) (endpoint)

(Fron Axle) * * (first measurement) * * * * * (setpoints) * * * * * * (endpoint)*
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Looks like you have too much negative camber.

These are special camber adjustment bolts that can be ordered from your MB dealer.
Any good alignment shop should know this, they are the experts and should be able to figure this problem out.

Double check the parts numbers installed against what http://epc.startekinfo.com/epc/ states for your vin number.

You also need to check the ball joints and inner and outer tie-rods for wear. AND your lower control arm bushings. Again a good alignment diagnostic shop should be able to identify worn parts.

http://www.continentalimports.com/ser_ic4232.html

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