The only adjustment possible is the toe-in adjustment. The adjustment is performed by varying the number of washers at the diagonal arm pivot. There must always be one washer located on the outboard side of the pivot.
TYPES 2 (THROUGH 1979) AND 3
The transaxle and engine assembly position in the vehicle is adjustable. It is necessary that the assembly be correctly centered before the suspension is aligned. It may be adjusted by moving the engine and transaxle brackets in their elongated slots.
The distance between the diagonal arms may be adjusted by moving the washers at the A-arm pivots. The washers may be positioned only two ways. Either both washers on the outboard side of the pivot or a single washer on each side of the pivot. To adjust the distance, position the diagonal arms and move the washers in the same manner at both pivots.
The wheel track angle may be adjusted by moving the diagonal arm flange in the elongated slot in the spring plate.
The toe-in is adjusted by positioning the washers and the diagonal arm pivot.