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    FrenchAudi Today, 03:23 PM Go to last post

    Re: Could a CV replacement cause bearing failure??

    Yeah it could be that. It came with a new MOT but the cv boot was pulled right of the joint and it was badly clicking on turns so clearly some scam MOT!

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