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Hello , I'm Jim and i have been a Berlingo owner for 5 years. Up until this week i have had trouble free motoring with my van but Monday i had a rear shock break on the rear. I have replaced both shocks and top trailing arm bushes but when i lowered van down n/s/r dropped, turns out torsion bar is snapped :brickwall::brickwall::brickwall:. I came across this forum by accident so i joined in the hope that some of you can help me out :thumbsup:

Many thanks

Jim
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Hi & welcome.There is a thread on torsion bar/bearing replacement.:thumbsup::thumbsup:
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Thank you Ron will look out for that post :thumbsup:.

Jim
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