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I recently got new tires and an alignment on my 2018 Accord Sport 2.0. The sales guy said that my rear toe eccentric was loose and thinks it could snap. I am not familiar with car terms (sorry) but when I searched for a toe eccentric, many options came up.

I am not sure what to purchase to fix this issue. Can you guys give me some suggestions? Thanks in advance!!

Here is the paper he gave me, as well as the note at the bottom of the page.
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Have you upgraded your suspension/lowered your car? I would have asked the shop that did the alignment what parts were needed/what needed to be done to correct the issue to start off. If your car still has the stock suspension it may be a simple cas of replacing worn/broken parts. How many miles on your... are you the original owner? Just wondering if car may have been in an accident or suffered some road hazard damage creating this condition.
 

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I recently got new tires and an alignment on my 2018 Accord Sport 2.0. The sales guy said that my rear toe eccentric was loose and thinks it could snap. I am not familiar with car terms (sorry) but when I searched for a toe eccentric, many options came up.

I am not sure what to purchase to fix this issue. Can you guys give me some suggestions? Thanks in advance!!

Here is the paper he gave me, as well as the note at the bottom of the page.
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Have you upgraded your suspension/lowered your car? I would have asked the shop that did the alignment what parts were needed/what needed to be done to correct the issue to start off. If your car still has the stock suspension it may be a simple cas of replacing worn/broken parts. How many miles on your... are you the original owner? Just wondering if car may have been in an accident or suffered some road hazard damage creating this condition.
Have you upgraded your suspension/lowered your car? I would have asked the shop that did the alignment what parts were needed/what needed to be done to correct the issue to start off. If your car still has the stock suspension it may be a simple cas of replacing worn/broken parts. How many miles on your... are you the original owner? Just wondering if car may have been in an accident or suffered some road hazard damage creating this condition.
I believe I am the second owner. I just hit 38k miles. I haven’t done any work on the car when it comes to suspension. I was told it was a bolt that was the issue but I am not really car savvy so I’m not sure what the bolt looks like. Apparently it’s common here in the New England area due to pot holes.

I plan on bringing it into the shop in the next couple of days though
 

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I believe I am the second owner. I just hit 38k miles. I haven’t done any work on the car when it comes to suspension. I was told it was a bolt that was the issue but I am not really car savvy so I’m not sure what the bolt looks like. Apparently it’s common here in the New England area due to pot holes.

I plan on bringing it into the shop in the next couple of days though
When you take it to the shop have them show you the bolt/part that is the issue and compare it with the other side that is not. If it's both sides that are the issue have them show you the new parts and old parts before & after replacing them.
 

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Nice Print Outs on Alignment : still Out - Alignment Guy could have Twisted Off or Damaged it
(( Good Alignment should have Shown this to Customer STRAIGHT AWAY ! ))

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