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mk2 ford focus lower arm supension


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I Have a ford focus mk2 2009 i bought some lower arm supension for both sides they only cost 27 pound each since haveing these fitted they make a terrible noise when i turn any ideas why this happans as i have now had tracking done but the noise is still there.

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On 10/13/2018 at 1:47 PM, stef123 said:

who fitted them?

When I did mine I made note that the Ford guide made very clear that the strut was not to be moved forward/back whilst disconnected from the wishbone. Are the strut bearings/mounts that sensitive to movement? I've seen a few videos online where people just wang them around 🤣

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2 minutes ago, Micro said:

When I did mine I made note that the Ford guide made very clear that the strut was not to be moved forward/back whilst disconnected from the wishbone. Are the strut bearings/mounts that sensitive to movement? I've seen a few videos online where people just wang them around 🤣

I've never had any issues with them, but then I guess if you are careful enough and not ragging them about... The strut only needs moved a small amount to do them but that could be them covering their bums given the top mounts are plastic.

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