How to replace front lower arm on VOLKSWAGEN T5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

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How to replace front lower arm on VOLKSWAGEN T5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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Michael Magill says:

Good tutorial. If anybody watched, see how he loaded up the suspension with trans jack before final tightening of the inner bush bolts. Very important. If you dont have jack put wheel back on and put back down to ground then if even possible tighten.

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admire musimwa says:

My 2006 opel corsa lite starts and then the engine runs like it wants do die and then the idling becomes normal. It only does that in the morning. What seems to be the problem?

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