Dear Sir I am looking for Front suspension (left and right Complete) for my 5 door Charade G11K 1985 petrol, she is in a perfect condition but after 19 years she is having some problems with ball joints, Hubs, seals, Break drums both left and right. So could you please advise me from where I can get these parts. The engine is also causing trouble in the morning it does not start in the morning when it is cold Looking for your quick reply
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If there is a wrecker in the town then check there . It is unlikely that you will get matching colours so be prepare d for a paint job on the panels . IF not check nearby wreckers or import the panels from a wreckers in japan.
Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch Tach: Blue - Coil VSS Wire : n/a
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You should take into a repair shop and have them look at front suspension on your vehicle.Make sure and have a tech drive with you so you can show them the noise it is making.If you just drop the car off and tell them it is making a noise when you turn right or left they could be hearing a different noise.This could cause them repair all sorts of other noises and not fix your problem.There are a few moving parts in the front suspension.That is why it`s important make sure they are hearing the same noise you are.It could be something that is noticed right away or it could be something that you can tell what it is just by hearing it.Hope this helps.Good luck.
The fuse box diagram is a sticker placed on the inside of the fuse box cover. This cover is located on the left end of the instrument panel (driver side). The sticker just uses numbers to indicate the fuses. I will match the fuse number with its purpose:
1. Power Outlet, Front
2. Rear Fog Lights
4. Headlight, Low Beam, Right
5. Headlight, Low Beam, Left
6. Body Control Module / Power Door Locks
9. Right Park Light / Right Tail Light / Trailer Tow Lights / Cluster
12. Stop Lights
13. Body Control Module / CMTC / Cluster
15. PDC Fuel Pump and Auto Shut Down Relays / SKIS
16. Power Outlet Rear
17. Rear Wiper
18. Radio Choke
you are correct sir. not too easy to drop. if your tank isnt too bad you can try removing your back seat, opening the tank via sending unit cap(twist to left with large pliers) and pouring in a gallon of parts cleaner.(acetone methanol toulene) let that sit for a while and drain via hand pump(no drain...genius!) i suggest dropping it. if it has sat a while there is a chance for rust. you may notice bubbles under the black paint...this is a sure sign.begin by removing your exhaust,a recipricating saw should do the trick.sorry gonna have to weld that back.drop the rear suspension by unbolting the two bolts on both sides closest to the front.put some bricks under it or something to hold it up but let it drop as far as you can. get all of the brake lines,and fuel pump ,accumulator,filter, and hoses out of your way and just pull it right out.try not to curse. easy as that.
1. make sure the switch is on (under the passenger side dash board).
2. check to make sure the relay is good (black little box under the right front bumper.
3. there are two (that I know of) switches/sensors. 1 is behind the left front tire. The other is up behind the spare tire. Taking the spare tire off gives you tons of room to work with. The sensors look like mini shock absorbers with black rubber and can be compressed and pulled easily by hand. Moving those will simulate the suspension going up and down and should trigger the compressor.
4. if the compressor doesn't come on (and all the above is fine) it sounds like your compressor is bad and should be replaced. I got one from Arnott Industries in Florida and they have been very nice to work with so far.