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arrows on top of front suspension strutts


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Having replaced the front suspension, im not sure ive done something right as the car seems very lose at the front at speed. feels a bit like a boat in water..

I did notice there were arrows next to two of the three bolts that attach the shock and spring to the wheel arch. Does anyone know if these arrows should be pointing to the front/back of the car as thats the way i currently have it... ( i did make a mistake but not noting where the arrows were :-( )

thankyou in advance

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hi loren .thanks for the quick response as always. From memory there were two arrows pointing at 180 degrees to each other (i may be wrong without taking it out to look again) if that is the case, does what the service manual mean the arrows shuld be pointing sidesways ie from front tyre and to the other front tyre

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sorry loren, im having a thick day. From that diagram its showing "A" as the other side and "B" as the inner side therefore does that mean one arrow should point towards the front of the car and one should points towards the rear?? Sorry for being stupid!!

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