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Laguna estate 03 plate

Loud clunk from ns rear suspension going on bumpy roads

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    followed haynes manual instuctions for removing rear shock have noticed pin that goes into recess stuck fast dont know how to free up tried wd40 no joy

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That souds like back axle bushings. regular problem on laguna 2. back axle ha to be removed and replace both sides. not very expensive

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