2004 Prius Alignment Specs

Here are the alignment specs for 2004 Prius. Try to get the shop to get the specs as close to the center as possible. Note: there are camber bolts for adjusting the front camber, Toyota mechanics should look at pages 26-10 - 26-11 for the tables of what bolts to use. Non-Toyota shops may not have these camber bolts available, as there are 4 different bolts used (part #s 90105-15018, 90105-15017, 90105-15016, and 90105-15015). If you go non-Toyota, try printing up pages 26-10 - 26-11 and taking it with you, in case they need to change the front camber. Then have fun convincing them to order the bolts. Note that pages 26-10 - 26-11 will tell them exactly which bolt combination they'll need to get the camber corrected, though, so they shouldn't complain too much, as long as they are willing to order the bolts.

Front Wheel Alignment Vehicle Height
                     A-B:
                     D-C:
95mm (3.74 in)
62mm (2.40 in)
Toe-in (total)
          Rack end length difference
0 12' (0 0.2), 02mm (0 0.08 in)
1.5mm (0.059 in) or less
Wheel angle
          Inside Wheel

          Outside Wheel: Reference


4035' (38 35' - 42 35')
40.58 (38.58 - 42.58)
3415'
34.25
Camber
                     Right-left error
-035' 45' (-0.58 0.75)
45' (0.75) or less
Caster
                     Right-left error
310' 45' (3.17 0.75)
Right-left error 45' (0.75) or less
Steering axis inclination
                     Right-left error
1235' 45' (12.58 0.75)
45' (0.75) or less
Front Suspension Lower balljoint turning torque 0.98-4.90 Nm (10-50 kgfcm, 9-43 inlbf)
Front Suspension Stabilizer link turning torque 0.05-1.96 Nm (0.5-20 kgfcm, 0.4-17.4 inlbf)
Rear Wheel Alignment Toe-in (total) 018' 15' (0.30 0.25, 3.0 2.5mm, 0.12 in 0.10 in)
Camber
                     Right-left error
-130' 30' (-1.50 0.5)
30' (0.5) or less
A: Ground clearance of front wheel center
B: Ground clearance of lower arm N0.1 set bolt center
C: Ground clearance of rear axle carrier bush set bolt center
D: Ground clearance of rear wheel center

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Here are the Shop Manual docs on alignment: