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Left hand front strutt keeps coming loose on 2000 freelander

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Make sure you torque to the right specificatoins before you are done. And then make sure it does not move. You might also have bad bushings to. Thanks for asking. Hope this was a help to you.

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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