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Today I'm going to be showing you how to do the front toe alignment on your car
so I've drawn out what the front toe alignment is
so your front wheels on your car
should be parallel to each other. These are the front wheels
and uh...
that means that they should have no toe or zero toe
what that means is that the distance
from the front of the wheels here
is the same distance
as the back of the front wheels here
so...um...
a good way to think about it is
using your own feet as a reference
so
your front wheels
should be
parallel to each other, kind of like my feet are
where the distance from the front of the wheels is the same as the back of the
wheels
that's the front
so this would be zero toe
or
or no toe
so when you have your front wheels and they are toe-in
kind of like this
um...
then you'll get excessive wear on the outside of your tires
so again looking at your feet as an example if you have toe in kind of like this
your front wheels
then the outside
of your tires will wear out faster than the rest of them
so this is toe in
and
thae same, and it's also true for the opposite
which is
toe out
where your
front wheels are kind of toed out
then the inside
of the tires wear out faster than the rest the tires
so toe out would kind of be like this a bit
and then again the
inside of your tires will wear out faster
then the rest of your tires
so what you want is
your tires to be parallel to each other
and again that's the distance between the front
and the rear of the tires is the same
and you'll have
zero toe
and your tires will wear out evenly across both tires
okay so these are some of the things you're going to be needing
you're going to be needing 2 tape measures of at least I think six feet or longer
this is a 10 feet and 16 feet so these are long enough
you're also going to be needing some wrenches
uh... another wrench here
and a straight edge this is basically an oversize ruler
uh... you can find these at any art store
and if you're eyes aren't so good you're going to be needing a magnifying
glass
alright so, very quickly
just to show you what we're going to be adjusting
this is called the ball joint on the car
it attaches to the wheel
with this ball joint here and this nut
and then
this is the whole section here and we're going to be loosening up this nut with
a wrench
and once this is loose we can take this part here with another wrench
and and
uh... there are threads inside, this threads into this piece here so by
turning this either in or out we can adjust this either in or out of this
piece here
and this will either expand this part here or contract it making the wheels
either
uh... this wheel either making it go this way or making it go this way simply
by turning this, so if we
if we turn this and we make it go into this piece like this, it's going to shorten
the distance here so it's gonna make this we'll go like this
so if we want to make the wheel go the other way
we're gonna have to make this
come out of this piece here by expanding it and it's going to turn the wheel this
way
so this is the piece we're going to be adjusting
so first things first, this is a toyota corolla by the way
and first you center your steering wheel so that it's at the center
next you go ahead and take a look at the wheels
it's very hard to see with a camera
but i can sort of see how
my front wheel aligns
with the back wheel
pretty evenly on
the driver's side of the car
and just eyeballing it
on the other side of the car
this is the passenger side
I can sort of see how
that wheel kind of tilts in
towards the inside of the car so it's a little bit toed-in
it doesn't quite lineup with the back wheel
I know it's very hard to see but i can kind of eyeball it from here
and i can see that the
front passenger wheel is kind of tilted in
whereas
the driver side wheel
is pretty even with the
back wheel so we'll be adjusting the passenger wheel
since we'll be adjusting the passenger wheel
we go ahead and we take our 2 tape measures and we uh...
take them out then we put them on
um... the
front
and behind the passenger wheel so that the other end sticks out at the other
side
so this is the driver side of the wheel and you can see the two ends of
the tape measures sticking out
and you want to take your straight edge
and you want to place it right above where the
rim ends on this side
so the further most part here over the rim
now you might not be able to touch the rim with it depending on how wide your
tires are but you want to place it right up against the tire, the sidewall of tire on
the top and on the bottom
so you just press it up against
the tire
just like so and what you want to do is you want to drag
the end of the tape measure into the car
so you wanna push
push it in
it's kind of hard
just by myself
but you push it in
and then that means
that this starts at zero the measurement is zero
okay so this measurement is now at zero
so next you do that to the back of the front wheel and again you drag this
into the inside of the wheel
I mean towards the inside of the car so now the straight edge is up against the tire
and the tape measure is now
zeroed in
on the back so now the tape measure is
is they're both at zero either here
and here they're both at zero
so I'm back on the passenger side of the car and you can see the 2 tape measures
on this side so this is an important part don't knock over the tape measures
with your foot otherwise you're going to have to start all over so be careful not to touch the tape
measures on this side anymore
all right so you take your straight edge and you place it up against the
sidewall of the tire again
on the furthermost part of the wheel
and you
take the bottom piece and you
get it as close to the tape measure as possible without moving it or knocking
it over
and here I can see that
that the measurement the first measurement
is sixty six
and about eleven sixteenths of an inch
so less than sixty seven inches
this is a good if your eyes
aren't so good it's a good time to use your magnifying glass
so less than sixty seven inches
next we take our straight edge
and we go to the back tape measure
we place the straight edge up against the wheel again
and we bring down our
straight edge over the
tape measure
and here we can see that
the measurement is actually bigger than sixty seven inches
so the distance between
the distance in the back is bigger than the distance in the front which means that
my wheel is most certainly um... toe in
so here you can see that it's about sixty seven inches and
1 2 3
about six sixteenths
so what we have to do
is get this back wheel
because the distance in the back is greater
we want to
do this to the tire just slightly
so
that the distance between the front
and the back
the the the the measurement will be the same or very close to it
so this is where
we're going to adjust
so again
uh... this is the piece that we're going to be adjusting
so what we're going to do is we're going to loosen this nut here
and we're gonna make this piece here by turning it
we're gonna make it go into this piece because it has threads in it
so you screw it into this piece here
and what we want is for our tire to do
this slightly
to make the distance in the back of the tires less
so
we're gonna thread this into here now i can actually stick my arm into here so I
don't have to get underneath the car
but you might have to get underneath the car
or raise it up on jack stands to get to this piece right here
so, I'm gonna loosen this up and I'm gonna be turning this
okay so I loosened it up with my wrench
and now I just turn it
get it out of the way a little bit
so here I'm turning it I guess
from my point of view here
its clockwise
so just keep turning it a little bit
so if I'm turning this clockwise
in order for this part
to go into here
there's a car passing
so I'm gonna have to be turning this counterclockwise from my point of view
so
I'm gonna be turning it like this
so
counter-clockwise
so here I take my wrench in this case this is a 14 millimeter
and you go ahead and
there's a little
place right here where you can place your wrench so you can turn it so
you just
put your wrench in
like so and then you can start
turning it little by little and you can see how it
goes it's turning
with your wrench
txt
so just keep doing that and then little by little this piece is gonna screw into
this piece right here
so you just keep doing it
just in small increments
wow this is hard to do with one hand
alright so just keep screwing it in
then after you screw it in
so after you keep screwing it in you keep checking um...
your distances with your straight edge
um so you want to give it a couple of turns and then just keep checking it
I've already done it and
uh...
um you take it slowly little by little and then
I can already tell that this is like sixty seven and two sixteenths of
an inch
and then going to behind
i can tell that it's
about that it's exactly the same which is sixty-seven and
two sixteenths of an inch
so now i know that
both the front and
the tape measure give me the same reading which is sixty seven
and two sixteenths
and now i know that the
distance between
this and this is the same
on both wheels
so now my both wheels are are perfectly parallel to each other
and there is zero toe
so now all you have to do
is go back to your nut here
and tighten it all the way down with your wrench
and you're done
so that's
the easy way of doing your front toe alignment on any car
uh... using no major tools and for no money
so my tip to you is be patient and go slowly
that way you get a nice accurate reading in the final result
and your wheels are perfectly parallel with each other
um... i've been doing it this way for years and i've always gotten good
results and uh... never had a
problem with wearing out tires unevenly
so um...
if after doing this you notice that your steering wheel is not centered
whenever you're driving straight
that means that your wheels are
probably just slightly either to the right or left depending on which side you
adjusted
so all you have to do is just if uh... for example they're slightly to the right
all you have to do is just adjust the right wheel slightly and then the left wheel
slightly so that they're parallel and then your steering wheel
uh... is once again in the center position
so
that's it I hope this video helps you and if it does comment below
uh...
Thank you for watching
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