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rear wheel alighment

have a 2013 honda civic bought second hand from a honda dealer the rear camber is out on both wheels almost to the same degree and the rear toe is out on one of the wheels the dealer told me that the car has not been involved in an accident has any one had similar problems and any solutions gratefully received
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what is camber and toe?
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rear wheel alighment

Had 2 alighment tests specified range for rear camber is left wheel -0.5 to -1.50 degrees and right wheel -1.15 to -0.5 the readings on my car camber on right wheel and left wheel -1.49 degrees on one test and -1.54 Left wheel and -1.39 right wheel on the second test. toe on the right rear wheel has a specified range of 0.09 to 0.02 the actual toe is 0.21 same on both tests
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