Camber is the inward or outward tilting of the wheels at the top.
When the wheel tilts out at the top, then the camber is positive (+).
When the wheel tilts in at the top, then the camber is negative
Caster is the tilting of the steering axis either forward or backward from vertical.
A backward tilt is positive (+) and a forward tilt is negative (-). Front caster adjustment is not a separate procedure on this vehicle. Front caster should fall within specification when the front camber is adjusted.
Toe is a measurement of how much the front of the wheels are turned in or out from the straight-ahead position.
When the wheels are turned in toward the front of the vehicle, toe is positive (+) (toe in). When the wheels are turned out toward the front of the vehicle, toe is negative (-) (toe out). Toe is measured in degrees, from side to side, and totaled.