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Old 11-10-18, 09:24 PM   #1
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Hi there I have a 1.6 hdi (92) 5 door and have owned it for just short of 2 years and I feel like I'm just constantly paying out for steering or suspension components. So far in my ownership my garage has replaced both ball joints, both front springs and as far as I know both top mounts, however, I am now suspecting they only replaced the nearside top mount as I seem to get a very faint clunk when I turn the wheel in stationary traffic or parked up by doing left hand down or anti clockwise turn of the wheel and I think I can feel something through the body or pedals unless I'm being super sensitive to the issue. The car has always pulled to the left as well so not sure if this is related to this issue as I've previously had the tracking / alignment done. Willa top mount t fail an MOT as well?
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