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stef123 last won the day on November 14 2016

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  1. A £70 set of glow plugs is peanuts on your £8500 spend over 5 years just go for it.
  2. They still sell Shell oil in Ecp.
  3. It's definitely a driveway job. The essiest solution is just to replace the full arm but the bushes as you have already said can be replaced. I have a set of them I bought for a job and never used, I ended up replacing both arms instead for other reasons.
  4. That'll most likely be down to the oil hitting hot surfaces and the fumes being drawn into the cabin. It'll clear once the oil is cleaned up.
  5. you need to get that back to them and give them the chance to rectify the error. They should give the engine a clean with degreaser to get rid of the worst of the oil and top up oil as required. As for an aircon charge though, your barking up the completely wrong tree lol. Once the oil has been cleaned up and any residual oil burns off from the exhaust, the smell will pass.
  6. I have the TDCI ST model and it uses standard suspension so most likely yours does too
  7. cheap junk, that probably wasn't cheap lol I know of folk who have completely destroyed old Record ones and Irwin have accepted a warranty claim for replacement.
  8. Should have bought a Record/Irwin lol.
  9. It looks like access to the strut top is under the scuttle. Here is 3 pics from a Renault scenic, wiper arm, scuttle and motor removal to get at the mounting bolts for the strut lol.
  10. The procedure varies between cars, there are a few different set ups and all have a slightly different approach. I've just had a look at some pictures of Mokka suspension parts and it would appear the front looks like a typical vauxhall setup, with the 2 bolts at the bottom of the shock. The rear suspension looks typical vauxhall too whereby you can drop the rear shock bolt and wiggle the spring out. Haven't worked on one so I'm going on what i see from google images.
  11. Yes, absolutely.
  12. ah right, I'm with you now fella just realised you said changing 'to' discs.
  13. Why are you changing calipers? replacing pads and discs is simple.
  14. You don't need to do either, unless they need done already.