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I have a 2018 Renegade. Took it to on dealer for oil change and alignment. They tell me they can't do alignment because of the cambers are damaged I have to take it to dealer to fix. Bring it to dealer they tell me they identified the problem but they don't have part to fix it. I would have to buy OEM part but it would void my warranty. They apologized to me but said they couldn't fix it. I'm livid. Has anyone ran into this bs? I called Jeep and filed a complaint.
 

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I’m confused ‘camber’ is a measured angle not an actual thing or part. Sounds like a run around.
 

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I am lost you said "Took it to on dealer for oil change and alignment. They tell me they can't do alignment because of the cambers are damaged I have to take it to dealer to fix."
Was it at the dealer from the start?
If the bottoms of the tires lean to the outside, you have negative camber which can cause excessive inner tire wear. Positive dose the opposite.
If it at the dealer & a 2018 they should fix the problem for free!

Go to a different dealer!
 

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Its the negative camber. They told me that they don't have the parts to fix it. This is what they gave me.
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Circled in red are the bolts to adjust camber. They only cost about $20. They are called camber bolts.if something is bent that is a different story.
 
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