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It's highly unlikely that the front wheel camber would be +2.7 degrees. The wheel would be tilted out at the top so badly that it would destroy tires in short order as well as drive horribly.
The alignment place might have meant caster being +2.7 but without readings from the right side to compare it to there's no way to know what needs to be done.
Your car might need the subframe shifted, that's the only way to adjust caster angles on these cars. It won't make a huge change, but possibly enough to get the readings more equal. It will slightly affect camber readings, but not to any great extent.
The only way to get full adjustability is to replace factory parts with adjustable parts from places like spc products or ingalls engineering.
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