You are right Rehabber, for this vehicle where caster, camber and toe are adjustable. Setting caster slightly higher on the right is used to compensate for road crown.
My additional comments about camber were directed to the majority of cars with MacPherson strut and rack and pinion steering. Front caster is non adjustable on most vehicles from the factory. This leaves the camber adjustment to compenstate for the crown.
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