Question about Nissan Se R
Engage the park brake and chock the front wheels....jack up the back of the car and place it on chassis stands....release the parking brake.... Take hold hold of the wheel, top and bottom and moving it in and out, try to determine where the play is coming from.... Get a friend to help you, as you'll have to go underneath AND THIS YOU DON'T DO ALONE.....as your friend moves the wheel in and out, check the shock absorber mounting, where it fits onto the stub axle....You may find that it's become loose....If the problem is not there you'll have to move higher up the shock....Examine the strut for signs of leakage, if there is, you;ll need to replace both rear shocks.....If the problem is not there, you'll have to inspect the bushes for the rear suspension.....
If you need more help, let me know....
Best regards Johngee10
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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