its pretty easy. jack up the car where the wheels are of the ground. unbolt to four bolts to the strut mount, push it in and turn it.
if you turn it 90 deg. to the front of the car you get +.25 deg of camber and -.25 of caster.
if you turn it 180 deg. you get +.50 deg of camber and no caster chang.
and if you turn it 90 deg to the back of the car you get +.25 deg of camber and a +.25 deg ao caster
if you just lowerd your car and have never had an alignment. turn the driver side 90 deg to the front and the passenger side 90 deg to the back and it should be alot better.
if any of that makes since, ill tell you how to set the toe (after all that it will be off)
Thanks for all the info guys. Spooki, I know how to adjust the toe since I just replaced the rack and tie rod ends. That's a piece of cake.
This car actually jumped a curb and I'm fixing the front end. This car is going to a body shop with a chassis rack and the front subframe is going to need to be pulled and straightened.