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ciaka

CTT Front Airshock Mount Bushing & Control Arm Replacement

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CTT Front Airshock Mount Bushing & Control Arm Replacement


If you notice your car is squeaking a lot at front, not smooth over bumps, has noises coming out of front, chances are your shock mount bushings are damaged and need replacement. If you need to do this, I hope you can use this tutorial to get it all fixed.  Hope it helps.  Feel free to give feedback afterwards.  Thank you.   Pics labeled *-DRV are for driver side shock...otherwise everything else is same on both sides.

 

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Would it be possible to repost the tutorial. It’s not showing up for some reason and I believe this is the issue I’m having with my Cayenne. TIA


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I can see the tutorial no issues.  You have to make sure you are logged in, so you can see the photos.

Just tried and all photos are there.  Let the admin know if you have issues viewing the DIY.

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