Once you put the second lateral link on, whenever you take it in for alignment, you need to be sure to have them tell the technician that you added the 2nd adjustable link on that side - otherwise they’ll just go by the book which will tell him that on these cars, there’s only the one adjustable link on each side and that rear camber is not adjustable.
Also - it is strongly advised to insist on ‘before’ and ‘after’ alignment printouts. That way you can be sure to be able to tell that they are paying attention and adjusting all the numbers and not just fudging things. You have to get it established early on in your discussion with them that they will provide the printouts. If they say they can’t or won’t provide ‘before’ and ‘after’ printouts, no use in arguing with them - take your business to a different shop. There’s no reason they can’t do that this day and time.
So you’re only going to add the 2nd adjustable link on one side and not both sides? Why not do both?
On the front, only toe is normally adjustable. You can add front camber adjust bolts. But even though front camber and caster are not adjustable, you still want them on the printouts so you know if there are any worn out or bent parts or other issues that need to be fixed (and also so they can’t tell you you have a problem that you don’t really have). (Actually, front caster can be adjusted, but not by normal means - and only would be done if cross-caster is way off and causing a pull to one side.)
'98 LXi - Later Concorde gages (black w/ chrome rings)/'99 LX - LHS gages (white) - HIR bulbs