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This is a discussion on Parking within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I was woundering if any one would know if you were to parked on a slight slop (car leaning to ...

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    Question Parking

    I was woundering if any one would know if you were to parked on a slight slop (car leaning to the side) if it could throw the aligment out.

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    You mean if you are setting the alignment the old-fashioned way, by drawing lines on the ground at an autocross parking lot? You'd need level ground I suppose.

    If you mean just parking the car, no, the car isn't moving and the alignment is set. To change it, you need mileage and wear, a violent event, or both. Just parking the car anywhere won't hurt anything as long as the painted side stays up.
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