There is another thread specifically on alignment, with question about camber for a 2015. I do not know much about how an alignment is done, but the receipt shows a term called "eccentrics" and someone linked an "eccentric" part number, that I'm assuming could be used to adjust that item, (the camber eccentric is the one I believed linked to. Again, I am not a mechanic, although I do work on cars, but know very little about trying to align one.) As someone noted to me, (who has had very good experience with working on cars,) if it were camber, then the inside or outside edge of the tire would wear quicker than the opposing edge. I am not seeing that. I am seeing sawtooth, cupping, or a combination of both. This is due to a toe issue as he so kindly explained. The left rear tire is "trying to turn" but is forced to follow the the other wheels... (He did not really cover caster.)
Anyways, I told and tried to show my wife the issue, and told her she could bring it back or have another shop take a shot at aligning it. She decided to bring it back, and had me talk to the adviser on the phone. I explained the issue as it was a different person, and asked about getting an alignment print out. It is noted on the work order that I did not receive one last time. They are going to check the alignment again, as well as inspect for any possible damage.
I will post what they find.
Thanks again Paul!
Edited by jzchen, 13 February 2017 - 09:11 AM.