A few LKAS owners on AOC have had a few hairy incidents and weirdness with their cars. This is after new tyres or varying tyre pressures, it’s time to set the record straight and get the Wheel Alignment Specifications for the 8th gen out there. The 7th Generation suspension is not as advance as the 8th Generation it has better dampers and multiple adjustment points which were not there on 7th gen as standard. Most importantly Honda have for the first time in Accord’s history have given specific Wheel Alignment Specifications for 16 ,17 and 18 inch alloy wheels. The 8th Generation is extremely versatile car and the suspension is set up for a driver focused and precise footing feel. It is designed to take multiple alloys wheels and tyre specifications to cater to owner’s wishes The 7th Generation had the same options but it only had one static alignment tuning settings which played into the aftermarket to cater for the adjustment requirements. Like the 7th gen the suspension can be adjusted for front and rear toe. Camber is not adjustable until you get outside factory spec see point two.(Aftermarket camber adjusters are there for the 8th gen. So before you roll into your favourite four wheel alignment place make sure you take the print out of this thread. Give the operator these setting and don’t follow the preset hunter settings. Pre-Alignment Checks For proper inspection and adjustment of the wheel alignment, do these checks: Release the parking brake to avoid an incorrect measurement. Make sure the suspension is not modified. (Honda and Mugen spec suspension are accepted within factory settings) Aftermarket suspension will need bespoke alignment from a alignment specialist. Make sure the fuel tank is full, and that the spare tyre or the temporary repair kit, the jack, and the tools are in place on the vehicle. Check the tyre size and tyre pressure according to tyre information. Check the runout of the wheels and tyres , check trye wall for bulges and alloy buckling. Check the suspension ball joints.- Inspect the Ball joint boots & Inspect Knuckle ball joint Before doing alignment inspections, be sure to remove all extra weight from the vehicle, and no one should be inside the vehicle (driver or passengers). Bounce the vehicle up and down several times to stabilize the suspension. Check that the steering column is set at the centre tilt and telescopic position, hunter alignment shops will have a steering wheel holder tool to attain this. Front Caster Inspection Front caster angle: With 16 inch wheels: 3 ° 43 ' ＋10 ' －50 ' With 17 inch wheels: 3 ° 47 ' ＋10 ' －50 ' With 18 inch wheels: 3 ° 52 ' ＋10 ' －50 ' (Maximum difference between the right and left side: 0 ° 30 ') •If the measurement is within specifications, measure the front camber angle.•If the measurement is not within specifications, check for bent or damaged suspension components.Front Camber Inspection Front camber angle: With 16 inch wheels: 0 ° 02 '±30 ' With 17 inch wheels: 0 ° 00 '±30 ' With 18 inch wheels: －0 ° 03 '±30 ' (Maximum difference between the right and left side: 0 ° 30 ') • If the measurement is within specifications, measure the rear camber. • If the measurement is not within specifications, check for bent or damaged suspension components. Rear Camber Inspection Rear camber angle: With 16 inch wheels: －0 ° 50 '±30 ' With 17 inch wheels: －1 ° 00 '±30 ' With 18 inch wheels: －1 ° 12 '±30 ' (Maximum difference between the right and left side: 0 ° 30 ') • If the measurement is within specifications, measure the toe-in. • If the measurement is not within specifications, check for bent or damaged suspension components. Front Toe Inspection/Adjustment Front toe-in: 0±2 mm (0±0.08 in.) Rear Toe Inspection/Adjustment Rear toe-in: 2±2 mm (0.08±0.08 in.) Turning Angle Inspection Turning angle: With 16 inch wheels: Inward: 39 ° 04 '±2 ° Outward (reference): 31 ° 33 ' With 17 inch wheels: Inward: 38 ° 58 '±2 ° Outward (reference): 31 ° 28 ' With 18 inch wheels: Inward: 36 ° 59 '±2 ° Outward (reference): 30 ° 23 ' Important. If the measurement is not within the specifications, even up both sides of the tie-rod threaded section length while adjusting the front toe. If it is correct, but the turning angle is not within the specifications, check for bent or damaged suspension components.