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Old 1st April 2009, 10:37   #1
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Hi Guys,

Would appreciate if someone could share with me the wheel alignment data for Ford Fiesta 1.6 SXi (2006).

Most of the wheel alignment service providers (atleast) in Chandigarh use European Ford Fiesta Data, that too from MkV Fiesta. I suspect this is not correct.

Look forward to your feedback and advise.

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You should raise hell! It is a completely different car.

For the Indian Fiesta, this is the data.

Front:

Camber: -0deg 30'. Tolerance of +- 1deg 15'

Caster: 3deg 30'. Tolerance of : +-1deg

Total Toe: 0deg 24' +-10deg

Rear:


Camber: -1deg 08'. Tolerance of +-1deg 15'

Total Toe: -0deg 32' . Tolerance of +-10'
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You should raise hell! It is a completely different car.

For the Indian Fiesta, this is the data.

Front:

Camber: -0deg 30'. Tolerance of +- 1deg 15'

Caster: 3deg 30'. Tolerance of : +-1deg

Total Toe: 0deg 24' +-10deg

Rear:


Camber: -1deg 08'. Tolerance of +-1deg 15'

Total Toe: -0deg 32' . Tolerance of +-10'
It should be tolerance of 10'. Not 10 degrees. Typo there. It's too late to edit my post.
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Dumb Question: This will be the same for diesel Fiesta also, right? Mine is a 2008 Zxi TDCi.
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Yes. It will be exactly the same.
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Yes. It will be exactly the same.
Thanks for the clarification Nikhil.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nikhilb2008 View Post
You should raise hell! It is a completely different car.

For the Indian Fiesta, this is the data.

Front:

Camber: -0deg 30'. Tolerance of +- 1deg 15'

Caster: 3deg 30'. Tolerance of : +-1deg

Total Toe: 0deg 24' +-10deg

Rear:

Camber: -1deg 08'. Tolerance of +-1deg 15'

Total Toe: -0deg 32' . Tolerance of +-10'
Thanks for the information Nikhil. The information you provided will be most useful. I believe me ... hell I will definitely raise.

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