Hello, i buy and sell used cars as part time job, but recently on a 2007 ford taurus, i cant seem to fix the negative camber on both front wheels, (top of the wheel leaning in) obviously it was in an accident but it was a small fender bender (literally i only replaced the fender) and it also looks like it was scraped on the bottom of the frame, i had the framed checked by a body shop with their frame machine and everything checked out great, i have replaced everything with new oem
parts(control arms,tie rods,stabilizer bar,strut with coil springs,spindle,ball joints, ETC, EVERYTHING I'M SURE. i took to an alignment shop and said they would drill out the spot welds and move the strut mount to adjust camber and that would be it for the alignment because my toe checked out great, so i tried it myself, but didn't work, negative camber still appears, with the torch i cut more into strut tower but still didn't work, ordered camber plates but there wasn't enough adjustment, my cuts on the strut tower were more than the plates, but what i noticed was that when i jack up the car i can see the tires straightening out, as i lower the car back down it looks great, even when i run straight it looks great, but as soon as i start taking turns the negative camber appears, could it have anything to do with the part that stabilizer bar link mounts on too (((i think its called the stabilzer bar))) (the metal part that mounts onto the stabilizer bar link and stabilizer bar bushings) couldn't find it new!! i think that the part(((stabilizer bar))) (the metal part that mounts onto the stabilizer bar link and stabilizer bar bushings) was pushed lower and is causing my negative camber to appear... please help me out!!!!!