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Not necessarily a bad suspension. I am not going to claim it is one specific thing because there are so many things it could be. Here are a few things to check in the rear of the car to find out what is going in; Check the obvious suspension parts as best you can while it is on the ground and while jacked up. Could be shocks, sway bar components, ...


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There are several things that could be causing the knocking sound from the rear suspension. My first guess was worn out bushings allowing metal-to-metal contact, broken sway bar end-links, or worn out shock mounts (top or bottom). If you can, pop the rear tire off and inspect the suspension mounts for cracked rubber or worn out parts. If there are multiple ...


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As long as you have replaced the radiator cap, then there should not be excessive pressure in the cooling system. The system is designed to hold 16PSI. If it does exceed this pressure, it will release pressure into the overflow tank. When the engine is cold, the thermostat is closed, not allowing coolant to flow through the upper radiator hose. Once the ...


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I found manual here. The fuse box information is on pages 5.18 and 5.19, if you download the PDF: So it looks like it depends on whether your Scenic is a UK? model (steering wheel on the right) or a rest-of-Europe? model (steering wheel on the left). For right-side steering wheel, the fuse box is in the left-hand side of the glove compartment. For left-...



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