I put a new rack in my '07 SE V6 a few weeks ago and had it aligned at the dealership 3 times. Brand new Hunter rack, I figured nothing could go wrong. Once they dialed it in for the third time, I went in to look at the computer. It was perfect, every reading was absolutely dead on. The Camber readings were both -0.7 and -0.8, both in spec, I didn't think much of it.
The car still drove like crap. Crowned surfaces required me to put a ton of steering effort in to maintain the car tracking straight. I went back, they blamed it on my tires. It's not the tires - the car drove fine before the new steering rack.
After a week of checking and re-checking the tie rods, ball joints, and everything else to no avail, I came on TN to search for the issue. A member from a few years back suggested that more negative camber be added to help the car track better on crowned surfaces.
I went out in the garage, loosened the strut bolts on the passenger side, and pushed the knuckle in. This created a tiny bit more negative camber, then I tightened the bolts down. Oh my god! It's fixed!
This TINY bit of adjustment completely transformed how snappy my car handles. These cars definitely need at least 1 degree of negative camber. If I had to guess, I'm probably at -1.3º right now. The wheel now points dead straight on ANY surface.
For anyone with a wandering Camry that is apparently "aligned," pop off your wheels and give yourself some negative camber, you might LOVE the result! It only took me 5-10 minutes per side.
Is the pull something new or is it only after a confirmed perfect alignment? I wouldn't adjust it unless you know the toe settings are perfect. My Camry's camber was perfectly fine from the factory before I messed with the struts a few months ago.