I hope to reach to extract these f*cking pins of the calipers to remove the pads.
I ask the guy for a refund of 100quids or i give him back the full kit and full refund.
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I do it buy removing trackrod, then removing caliper from hub & brakeline mount on strut & secure caliper under arch so not dangling or straining the brake pipe, then remove lower arm balljoint, then use a prybar with care to pop the shaft from box & you can swing the whole strut & drive shaft clear, if need more room or have issues on not enough movement just undo strut top mount & whole strut, hub & drive shaft can be taken out as one quickly & easily with minimal tools needed. If lower ball joint look hard to remove you can remove lower arm if looks easier.@fred05 wrote:Ok nomad, all understood! thx
i took a little look to the maintenance manual, and i see how they do.
i didn't want to untight the driveshaft screw as it's hard tight as you said!
first i will put my finger in the box to feel the oil level, if it's good (i have a doubt about this!) i'll be waiting for the seal (the leaking seal is on the RH front side)
Yeh same for me, not so much rust here in Asia but UK is a PITA for some.@fred05 wrote:humm interesting...
my car is not so rusty, far less than you can have in your country as it was in the south of France, just last year it was upper in the country but in a garage....WD40 is my friend!!
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