OK, I admit it, I'm utterly confused about alignments in general.
What do I ask the alignment shop to do with regards to aligning my Sequoia? Am I supposed to be getting a two-wheel or four-wheel alignment? Do DJ's specs apply to the front, the back or all four wheels?
Tomorrow, after a measley 18,000 miles, my miserable, OEM Dueler H/T's will become history!! I'm thrilled by the prospect of getting the new Dueler A/T Revo's put on! (Too bad we don't have any more snow here in MN, it would be so nice to actually have traction!) Obviously, I want to 'do it right' this time around so I'm planning to do an alignment at the same time and need this info ASAP! (Thanks in advance!)
Lastly, if I understand correctly, TSB BR001-02 (Scantool - Zero Point Calibration/Sensor Check) appears to imply that I should get a 'VSC RELATED ZERO POINT CALIBRATION AND SENSOR CHECK' done after aligning the Sequoia to DJ's specs. It states:
-Zero point calibration of the above sensors must also be performed when replacing or repairing steering related parts and when changing the vehicle's straight ahead condition for toe adjustment.
Has anybody else done this? Or, am I misunderstanding that statement? My dealership didn't have a clue when I asked them about it....
Pardon my ignorance! (And my urgency!)