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After my incident with the security post I have now replaced or repaired the coolant hoses and the guard underneath. Then a wheel bearing rear passenger side decided to make noises. All sorted now 🙂 torx  screw heads were badly rusted and had to grind them off. Welded nuts to the remaining studs and they came out after applying heat to the hub carrier. 

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well done to you ken....nice to see that you've got and sorted it out, 👍 

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Wheel bearing didn’t have any movement up/down or side/side. It just made a high pitched noise when going round a right turn corner. I think the grease was overheated when my calliper jammed last year. Drove 1000 miles since and mpg now up to 45 mpg from 35. 🙂

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Did some long distance motorway driving last week. Couldn’t believe it when the car returned 51 mpg. The hub must have been sticking for last few years - no play at all in it, just an intermittent squeak. 

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