I have found out today that the coil spring (off side front) is broken on my 1.5dci clio. It's only done about 50k and i think it's a bit early to have to replace it but hey, it's only money! Do I need to replace both front springs at the same time and am i better to source from Renault or a motor factor? also, how much of a job is it to replace them? have all the necessary tools apart from a spring compressor.
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I think it is recommended to replace both sides but it is up to the individual obviously it will be double the cost and time involved.
You can get springs from most good motor factors.
A good spring compressor is essential.
You need to be very careful when compressing the springs.
Hopefully a Member who has changed springs will offer further advice