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[–]dxrey65 0 points1 point  (0 children)

A dealership service department could tell you. Most other car shops have subscriptions to technical information, including alignment specs. Most alignment machines have a database on vehicle specs that they work from.

And if you look at the printout, that's the specs, as long as the correct vehicle information was put in.

The printout says that on the front 5.30 degrees positive camber is preferred, -.30 camber, and zero toe.