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Old 29-06-15, 01:05 PM   #1
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i just changed my shocks and mostly everything on direction but i still get a noise while steering mostly on slow speed . then i found this that doesnt look normal to me especialy cause all parts are new now... are they instaled wrong? wheels were straight when i took this picture and one of them is really out of center... plz help should i worry? i spent a lot of money in it till now
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Old 29-06-15, 01:25 PM   #2
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What led you to believe the shocks needed replacing?

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What led you to believe the shocks needed replacing?

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mechanics said one of them was busted and need to change in pair...my question is why one of them isn't centered. mechanic did something wrong?

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It needs to go back to whoever did the job (preferably on their tow truck) regardless of what caused that to happen as they obviously haven't done it right. Also make a note to yourself to take your car elsewhere next time you need work doing.
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It needs to go back to whoever did the job (preferably on their tow truck) regardless of what caused that to happen as they obviously haven't done it right. Also make a note to yourself to take your car elsewhere next time you need work doing.
i talked with them already, they said its possible to move sometimes but its not a something to concern .. lol ... they're gonna take a look at it and hopefully fix it but now i'm out of town and its gonna have to wait. i try to document myself more so they won't fool me again by calling its normal.. dont worry etc also when i did geometry i couldnt fix convergent angle on that wheel which is most affected... probably this is the cause ?

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Anyone who says that is normal is either trying to fool you or hasn't a clue what they are doing. Some movement may be normal yes - maybe half a millimeter but definitely not that much movement. They've either fitted it wrong or not fitted the full bearing. Like I said - let them put it right and then find a new garage to do any future repairs.
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