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Old 31-08-17, 12:21 PM   #1
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I have a 406 2002 wagon and both tires back is uneven worn. Both tires is more worn on the inside then outside, both tires has almost identical worn.

What can these be?


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Old 31-08-17, 03:11 PM   #2
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Worn rear trailing bushes or droppings.

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Old 31-08-17, 04:32 PM   #3
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Worn rear trailing bushes or droppings.

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Do you have some photos or drawings showing what parts we are talking about?
It`s normal the wear and tear is the same on both sides?
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Old 31-08-17, 04:45 PM   #4
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Hi..have the tyres been on the rear from new?If they have been swopped from the front that has been out of track and have slight wear on the inside the tyre will show that wear as they wear down...if not check all the suspention bushes/shockabsorbers..
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Hi..have the tyres been on the rear from new?If they have been swopped from the front that has been out of track and have slight wear on the inside the tyre will show that wear as they wear down...if not check all the suspention bushes/shockabsorbers..
They have been front also, but the winter tires I took of on the new year was totally wear out on the inside.....

Please see attached part drawings, what parts is typical the problem on these cars ? the car has been driven for 180.000km.

The item 06 part number 517839 was replaced on both side last year for information.

What is the best way to checking bushes/shock absorbances looking for looseness, by pushing them back and forth with a crowbar?

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Its the top bar on the rear suspension that causes this short bar near middle of first pic is the likely culprit
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Its the top bar on the rear suspension that causes this short bar near middle of first pic is the likely culprit
Can you please specify the item number you are looking at?
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No because your pics are tiny small bar bush at 1 end balljont at other there only is 1
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These things.. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-Pe...AAAOSwFNZWyEcq

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Oh, and you will need to get the wheels aligned after changing them.
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