Camber is the measure of the wheel tilt from the vertical direction, when the wheel is viewed from the rear of the vehicle. Camber is negative when the top of the wheel is inboard and positive when the top is outboard. Always check for bent, damaged or worn suspension components before determining that adjustment is necessary. The amount of tilt is measured in degrees from the vertical and this measurement is called the camber angle.
Camber is not adjustable on the Sedan. On the Wagon camber is adjustable, but requires special equipment and procedures. If you suspect an alignment problem, have it checked by a qualified repair shop.
Toe is a measurement of how far a wheel is turned in or out from the straight ahead direction. When the front of the wheel is turned in, the toe is positive. When the front of the wheel is turned out, toe is negative. An incorrect toe setting can affect steering feel and cause excessive tire wear.
Stated another way, toe-in is the amount that the front of the wheels are closer together than the backs of the same wheels. The actual amount of toe-in is normally only a fraction of a degree.
Rear toe is adjustable, but requires special equipment and procedures. If you suspect an alignment problem, have it checked by a qualified repair shop.