I mean you could just need an alignment...but it certainly is odd after only that many miles if you bought new. It's extremely unlikely both shocks have an issue that soon if you didn't like...do anything crazy like jump the car.Does that mean I already blew my shocks ?
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There are adjustable rear suspension components from a variety of vendors to enable you to set rear toe and camber to your liking.Just to tag along with the OP, I had ford do an alignment check for me at 15k, they corrected front toe, but found passanger rear camber was -1.98° and claimed it could not be adjusted. Is this something I should pressure them to fix? I rotate my tires myself every 3k, so wear is quite even on all tires.
Sounds like a subframe shift could help, without the need to replace the stock links with adjustables -- unless something is bent or otherwise fubar underneath there.Thanks for the information, I'll see if they are willing to make those adjustments, as my passanger rear camber is -1.98° and my driver side is -0.09°