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Heya guys,

My poor ds4 is limping along still following a snow related collision between me and a curb :(.

unfortunately going around a round about the car done a graceful slide rather than turning and smashed my front passenger alloy into the curb (around 7mph). Managed to bend the traction arm scuffed my alloy badly to!

Ive had the bent traction arm or rod or w/e replaced and the tracking done however im getting vibrations through the steering wheel and shes still pulling a little to much to the left...

Anyone have any ideas? Dont really want to go to my main dealer as to have a look they charge £80 an hour! and them guys really dont move fast :p.




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Hi,
For the vibration, have you replaced the wheel as if not then you will probably find the wheel balance is out...

Pulling to the left still indicates a tracking issue/suspension damage...you may of bent more than just the track rod.

My advice would to go through your insurance and have it done professionally...a DS4 deserves that!


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Sorry to hear that.

i suspect the wheel alignment and wheel balancing for the obvious before checking further the suspension bits.
 

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Look out for a local independent Citroen specialist as they are lots cheaper and tend to be ex Citroen main dealer trained.
 
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