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Front wheel drive cars front wheels are usually set pointing slightly outwards. Rear wheel drive, front wheels are usually set pointing slightly inwards. You can easily check by looking in your Haynes car manual. Mick 19

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Q: Should your front car wheels point strait ahead or point slightly inwards?
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