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If it's a turbo version ( not sure) could be a inlet pipe blown off.
Check the brakes light switch.
Where's the little pipe coming out the bottom? Looks like the cat to me.
Looking in you tube they replaced both top ones each side so 4 bushes in total. It make sense really. Take a look and see what you think.
I'd assume you would need 2 per side also for both top arms or I think it would put other alignment out.
So am I right in assuming you can push the outboard bushes out of the top camber arms on the rear and replace with the adjustable moog ones?
Do you have part number for moog rear camber bolts? I've searched everywhere and asked lots of Merc specialist and all say the rears aren't...
It's where water has been left on them. When my young kids spilt a few 10p size drops on them and I didn't notice straight away this happened....
This was why I posted originally . Going for pro alignment Saturday so I'll post results .
My fronts are fine it's the rears[ATTACH]
Did they do the job and how much were they ? Know I need rears but they might fit the back. Booked in for alignment check Saturday.
So would they be the inboard bolts as in closest the diff or wheel hub end?
Cheers Gav. Can't seem to find ones for the rear unless there all the same.
Any of you fine folks know the part numbers for front and rear camber bolts? Or somewhere to get after market ones what will do the job? . Had 4...
I've had a patter I'd describe it as on front left ever since I brought it. Keeps going through mots no problem. Anyway got fed up with it and...
How easy was it to disassemble actuator? Just screws or clips that can break?
Let's be honest. The bearing is the main factor so it would be interesting whats partmarked on the old bearing in the pump. The only difference...
I've just changed one on my berlingo 1.6hdi hydraulic clutch 07 plate. Looked the same as the picture . Also first picture with the tang broken is...
Mines on 114.000 so running in