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Originally Posted by robbowb52xmb View Post
Hi, i have recently changed the track rod end and wish bone ball joint on my 02 scenic. The car now seems to list to the side i have changed and it seems lower than the other side. Should i have replaced both sides as i only did one? or could it be a tracking problem?
Any advice would be much appreciated
Iam not quite sure if its a done thing?as to to replacing both sides at the same time,i have to be honest its not something i have ever done unless changing a shock or a spring,

Did you have it tracked after changing these parts ?? i ask as you should have,

I would give it another check over to see all is in the right place and is sitting right?and there is no brocken springs,

It could be that the wishbone and its new bushes are making it sit that little better but to be honest iam not sure??

Iam sure another member will help soon,
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