Surely A Large Human
Date registered: Jun 2006
Vehicle: '08 C219
Location: Between Earth and Mars
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MB WinAlign Test Sheet Interpretation
I had alignment done at the dealer on a C219 recently, and they left the "Chassis Alignment Test Sheet" in the car for me. The sheet has columns indicating readings "before correction" and "after correction", and says "HTA-MB-R / WinAlign 11.1 / MB Version 2.0 / Spec: 2.01b" on the bottom.
Between the before/after columns is one saying "Target Data". At the top, it clearly indicates my car model (219 CLS Class 2006-2011 : Air suspension code 489, Europe version, USA except AMG models).
Here's my question. Are the values in the center "target data" column accurate for my model specifically? I ask because the before and after camber and caster measurements on both front wheels are all red (measurement out of tolerance, or exceeds cross-tolerance) and barely changed.
It's tough to tell from the Target Data column what readings should be for camber in particular - why would camber on the right front be greater than camber on the left?
Any assistance making sense of it would be greatly appreciated.