Question about 1986 Volkswagen Wagon Camper
Van is about 45mm lower on one side front and back, recently bought and just noticed. could it be the shocks.
The simplest way to find out wether it is the shocks (one may have seized causing the hight difference) is to remove them, it is simple enough to do. one bolt top and bottom of each. once removed you should be able to pus and pull the two ends. there will be an even resistance, if it is jammed solid you have found your problem. if not you will have to look at your torsion beams... good luck
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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