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    Does the suspension on all vectra's look like the bottom is further out than the top (i.e not at 90 degrees) - The other days a man stopped at traffic lights and told me somthing was wrong. The dealer says it is ok? and other Vectra's i have seen seam to be the same - I am not so sure, somtimes I look at it and get seriously worried as it looks like it may collapse some day.

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    as ed taylor said in your last thread could be the rear trailing arm bushes worn

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    Alot of them do depends on the weight in the boot and the age of the suspension if it's a bit tired it will kick in at the top best bet is to replace the springs and dampers then get the rear camber pulled in should sort it out ....it will also sort out your tyre wear problem as in your other thread !!!!

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    Mine has always looked like its got a bit of negative camber on the rear, since I bought when it was a year old. Besides the rubbish shocks everything else seems fine wear and tear wise.

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    Hi. It was recalled soon after we had it to replace the bushes. It has been back in about half a dozen times since about the banging but they could never cure it. Someone reversed into the side of me last month and I have just had it back were they rebult the suspension (replaced as knock hit wheel) so I will see if the problem sorts itself out now.

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