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FIAT MULTIPLA rear suspension arm fix

merry christmas all a quick question about rear suspension arms does anyone know if its best to change the whole rear suspension arm or is it a good fix just to change the bearings I dont care about the money side to much I just want the easy way out as Im getting fat and old.

I changed just the bearings Got the kit from shop4parts cheap as chips. Changing the complete arm or just the bearings still require you to remove the complete arm. The only tricky bit if you get a kit is removing and replacing the bearings. Knocking the old ones out is straight forward but if you are doing it yourself like i did you will need to compress the new ones in. conanhoward thanked for this post

if money is not a problem fit complete arms you can be back in front of the telly in no time. conanhoward thanked for this post

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear suspension arm bolts

I am trying to replace one of the rear suspension arms for my MOT on my X reg Mutipla however I cannot remove the bolt that holds the arm to the chassis I have got the nut off quite easily but the bolt will not extract no matter how hard i hit it (was at it for 2hrs). Has anyone else had a similar problem and if so how did you get round it Im totally stumped. Please help

Ok job now done the bolt wouldnt move one bit so i had to grind the arm off and then get at the centre of the bolt and extract it thriough the hollow piece of arm. Unfortunately I could not see any other way to do this maybe if i didnt just have a 4 inch grinder this might of been far easier. I dont think I will be taking a job as a mechanic cos this sort of job once a week would send me loopy

Hi there best of luck with your multipla I wonder if your experience can help answer my question (posted 3 weeks ago) - rear suspension bushes Johnbob. I too have some rear bushes to change and wondered if it could be done in the way I suggested. So if you have a spare minute could you read my post and comment please It seems to have been read but no one has left a reply.

Does the multipla have the same rear trailing arm as the bravoamarea

Believe multipla is same running gear as Marea as it is a development of said car. When I recently bought a front drop link it was marked Marea.

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FIAT MULTIPLA rear trailing armsuspension guide

hello does anyone on here have a link to a guide to change the rear trailing arms on my multipla cheers to anyone in advance

Do a search on the site all too many people join and dont actually search the site its all there to see. This just covers the bearings in the arms.... httpwww.fiatforum.compunto-guide...epair-kit.html rab10000 thanked for this post

hello cheers i did have a look for a guide but i couldnt find one anywhere

Just type rear trailing arm bearings into the search box and it comes up with similar .

hello cheers for the reply cant find a complete arm replacement just for the bushes itself to take the arm itself off do u have to take of the spring and shockstrut off never done anywork like this before but starting to get the hang of it now with all the probs ive had with my car

FIAT MULTIPLA rear suspension arm

I am replacing my rear suspension arm and are stuck. The big bolt that goes through the arm will not come out. it will turn but will not come out. hit it with a hammer but no movement. Has anyone any ideas.

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear suspension arm noise

Help needed. I have a really loud crack noise from the ns rear suspiension when going over a pot hole speed bump. No play in the bushes. Got the wife to jump about a bit in the boot ( oh err ) while I was underneath the car. Noticed that the shock mounting bolt was VERY loose in the bottom rubber bush. noise seemed to come from the mounting bolt for the rear arm but not sure. Anyway pumped a bit of

FIAT MULTIPLA Fiat Multipla rear suspension replacement - help

Help and advice needed please complete novice at work here I have a X reg multipla with the rear wheel leaning in at the top - common fault. We have been told the rear axle needs to be replaced as the suspension is not independant but told by someone else just need to replace the radial arm etc. Think we are totallyconfused.com Any help on offer would be really appreciated

Originally Posted by md123 Help and advice needed please complete novice at work here I have a X reg multipla with the rear wheel leaning in at the top - common fault. We have been told the rear axle needs to be replaced as the suspension is not independant but told by someone else just need to replace the radial arm etc. Think we are totallyconfused.com Any help on offer would be really appreciated new rear axle yes all you need to buy is a radius arm repair kit is a common fault on multiplas there is a guide on how to do it here but is a pig of a job to do do both sides as if one is gone the other wont be far off repair kit is avalaible from shop4parts and if you are a fiat forum member you get a discount too

Originally Posted by md123 ...We have been told the rear axle needs to be replaced as the suspension is not independent... If a garagemechanic told you that then definitely dont get any work done by them Plenty of topics about it one here start with this one... rear arm bearings As long as the tyre isnt rubbing on the wheel arch (or anything else) then its OK to shop around for parts and someone to

FIAT MULTIPLA Play in rear track control arm

I get a lot of clunking from my rear () suspension on bumpy surfaces so I took off the rear wheels today to try to find the problem. The suspension bushes look ok and I cant feel any significant movement in them or see any bump marks. But I can feel a slight movement when I pushpull the hub. The movement is at the bearing attaching the control arm. Is this movement (about 1mm at the hub) normal or

FIAT MULTIPLA Fiat Multipla anti-roll bushes & rear radius arms complete kit

I have taken my 2001 1.9 diesel multipla to the same garage since I purchased it in May 2011. Since the end of September 2012 we have noticebly heard (more than usual) a knocking sound - which we always declared sounded like it was coming from the back end. Definately more noticeable with weight in the boot. The garage have replaced the track rod end (so had to have the wheels tracked as well). The

being twisted. So the resistance of the bar - its an anti-roll bar - to this twisting tries to keep the car level as it corners so you dont end up falling out of your seat. When the rubber bushes wear out they can no longer hold on to the middle of the roll bar allowing it to waggle around a bit and eventually hit some other metal bits under the car so you get a clanking. Thats at the front. The multipla

Hi Johnbob Im seconding your question. Im contemplating doing the same with my 1.6 multipla. I found a rear suspension arm bush kit for about &16320 on shop4parts. But not sure if Ill be able to get the old bushes out in situ. Also read that its best to renew both sides at once as otherwise you will notice uneven cornering as one bush is new & tight and the other old & sloppy. I believe the Multi shares

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear wheel leaning in big time suspect trailing arm

Hey Guys As usual this forum has prooved to be a wealth of information Symptom started getting nasty rubbinggrinding noise coming from back passenger side when turning corners (Right). Investigated and found wheel looking like it was coming off Driver side looks a bit iffy too but not so bad looked about on the forum and seems to be pointing to rear trailing arm what do you guys think From what i have

must be more skilled than the average DIY mechanic. I have read of people on this forum and even a local mechanic saying it is a laborious job. One of my local mechanics estimated up to 4 hrs per side. Sorry if my English isnt perfect its not my language. I changed the entire unit see picture below. 4 hours per side is very much on the safe side for the mechanic. Im no mechanic but since I own a multipla

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear Suspension Collapsing

Hi My nearside rear wheel has started to lean in at the top to the point where its now rubbing the inner arch on right-handers. Ive looked underneath and the main suspension pivot point seems to have a bit of grease around it as if its started to collapse and squeeze it out. I described this to a fiat dealer over the phone and they reckoned you have to replace the whole arm. Has anyone here experienced this and if so what did you do Thanks very much Nick PS Its a 2000 JTD 105 ELX with 97k

How can it need a new arm knock the old bearing out and the new one in and done.

Hmm I see what youre saying and I agree - if (and its a big if) I had access to a ramp and the necessary tools to extract & press bearings. The problem is that my wife can have her car back fixed tomorrow by having the arm replaced while she is given a courtesy car or I can order the bearing kit wait for it to arrive and then find someone to fit it for me that isnt an untrustworthy cowboy... Thanks anyway though Nick PS Waiting to see what goes wrong with this car next...

Ive got the same problem but not as bad yet. These arm bearings are similar on alfa 155s and are supposed to be a bugger to get the bolt out so some of the guys fit a new arm and just cut the old bolt insitu to save on time im not looking forward to doing it myself.

FIAT MULTIPLA urgent rear arm.

Hi Started this morning to do the rear arm and everything came off the multi with ease. I was well pleased. Then spent the next 3 hours hitting the bolt trying to get it out. The nut came off with no problems. Also I cant get the bolt to turn Any how I had to re-assemble the lot. Any ideas on how to get the bolt out. Cheers Brian

Search on the multipla forum found this I found a couple of things a bit tricky -The bolt that goes through the bearing that is broken is most likely severely corroded. I managed to knock it out using a long piece of steel that I put on the bolt and hitting the steel pipe with a sledgehammer from the other side of the car. You need a helper to do this but I got the bolts out. The other way to get it

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear suspension - rubber stops holders

Hi - newbie here with a problem over Easter to sort. And plse excuse my inability to name the parts correctly but hopefully youll get what im on about. A Mk2 Mulitpla 54. When up on the ramp for tyres noticed the rear rubber stops (bungs) on both sides had fallen out & were sat in rear springs (at least i discovered the latest rattle). The cups (holders) at the top that hold them up have corroded away.

Hi JTDman Thanks - yes (unfortunately) it does seem to be the case that they are a part of the subframe - and therefore the most expensive bung retaining devices on the planet. (Who designs these things Ludicrous but there we have it.) So yes i need a top subframe & would be interested to know what you have & so if you get back to me thatd be great thanks. When having a poke we noticed also that the

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear Suspension problems

I seem to have creaking noises coming from the rear suspension. The noise itself is a creaking not all the time and on occasion as I come off a speed bump a clatter. I have checked the anti roll bar rear springs and sub frame mounts and cannot pinpoint it. It must be one of them any ideas welcome. P.S I have been towing in the last six months.

I have noticed that when i checked the distance between the rear tyre and inner arch that the gaps are different (camber) could one of the rear swing arms be the problem.

FIAT MULTIPLA Rear Brake Safty Recall

This the letter i got in the post this morning- VECHICLE SAFETY RECLL NOTIFICATION fiat multipla WITH rear DISC BRAKES HANDBRAKE CABLE FOULING RIGHT rear BRAKE PIPE Dear customer On a number of fiat multipla vechiles fitted with rear disc brakes there is a possibility of fouling of the handbrake cable with the rigid brake pipe on the right rear suspension arm. In time this could lead to wear of the

FIAT MULTIPLA Multipla rear disc recall

Recall Warning Notice multiplas with rear disc brakes Damage to the rear brake pipes can cause brake failure. If you have rear disc brakes than have them checked by fiat under recall DH2213510 Found this on my local fiat website time to check your brakes before u ask he never gave me what year it affected so guessing 2003 on Freebo liked this post

I think you mean this one Vehicle Details Reference R2006085 Manufacturer Ref Make fiat Model multipla - RHD WITH rear DISC BRAKES Launch Date 26072006 Numbers Involved 2278 Build Start Date 01042002 Build End Date 28022003 Recall Details Concern BRAKE FLUID MAY LEAK Description It may be possible for the handbrake cable to foul the rigid brake pipe at the right hand rear suspension arm. In

Just want to say..... I have had a real run of problems since purchasing my first multipla...its has cost me a small fortune... However I was contemplating getting rid and everbody was giving me the usual its gonna cost more than its worth...but then I thought hang on... I could go buy another seemingly good car...and just to have to start fixing problems from scratch again. At least with the money

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 sporting rear suspension tidy up.

decided to tidy up the rear suspension on the sporting so i sent my spare rear beam and trailing arms to the sand blasters and the to be powder-galved fitted some new bushes with a tool i made and built it all up with new bolts just need a fine day to get it back on the car. front end next. Attached Thumbnails           __________________ current fleet 1982 126 deville 1988 panda

FIAT MULTIPLA rear shockerbush on Multipla banging

Hi there-my multipla has a loud banging sound at the rear drivers side whenever I go over a bump it then settles down-would this be the shocker or rear suspension bush cheers Paul

Originally Posted by heatherandsquig Hi there-my multipla has a loud banging sound at the rear drivers side whenever I go over a bump it then settles down-would this be the shocker or rear suspension bush cheers Paul could be subframe bushes sounds more like a knock mine are gone too. trailing arms tend to make a cracking sound could be these too. or youve just got a shock gone.

FIAT MULTIPLA Knocking maybe from rear

Hi all. Myrtle has immediately started to misbehave now that her Warranty has expired. She is knocking at low speeds. It sounds like it is coming from the rear but I am not sure. Could it be wear in the anti-roll bar bushes with the noise travelling through the car I have jacked up the rear and levered the wheels up and down but I cant recreate the noise. Odd. While buggering about I noticed that the

rear subframe bushes did you check the front ARB bushes with the car jacked up if so most of the play will be taken out by the way the suspension hangs. ideally you need it on a 4 poster ramp or over a pit then grab hold of the ARB both sides and give it a bloody good rocking other multipla favourites are the radius arms but these make more of a crack than a knock.

FIAT MULTIPLA Steering and suspension

Ok so I might as well post another issue I have with my jtd ... I havent had the car long and it came with a snapped nsf spring which had to be done for the MOT along with that strut top mount and track rod end. I have the matching parts and plan to fit these next weekend. On the rear it has one brand new shock absorber and both springs are rusty so have matching shock and 2 springs ready for replacing

the springs etc Or anything else that need looking at whilst Im there anyway Not sure if the Front Springs are still covered by the Recall... Recall for Front Springs breaking Id check the Trailing arms for playlean. Looking from behind look for any leaning of the rear Wheels they lean in at the top if the arms Bearings (wrongly called Bushes a lot) are on their way out quite a common fault on multiplas.

Originally Posted by BikeDoc Id check the Trailing arms for playlean. Looking from behind look for any leaning of the rear Wheels they lean in at the top if the arms Bearings (wrongly called Bushes a lot) are on their way out quite a common fault on multiplas. Checked and yes they do lean in

The Tipo shares the same part nr. for the suspension arm Repair kit as the multipla. The bushings could be the same Then the eper doesnt look quite the same Tipo multipla

FIAT MULTIPLA Replacing rear springs

Im considering my second foray into the world of DIY mechanics having changed a track rod end without a front suspension collapse Im obviously F1 pit lane material................ Anyway is it as simple as it a) appears and b) everyone Ive spoken to tells me i.e. up on axle stands wheel off jack under trailing arm to stop it dropping undo bottom bolt on shock absorber lower trailing arm on jack until

Thought Id post an update........... Fitted new springs and shocks thought Id treat the old bucket as the springs were original with 152k on them and the shocks at least 3 years old and as the roads are so crap that the toll on my suspension is becoming horrific I reckoned in for a penny etc. Anyway its not quite as straight forward as the you tube videos I watched on other cars as the springs are

FIAT MULTIPLA I 186 Rear subframe (I think) - again

Had a loud thumping sound from offside rear when hitting potholes. Took to Kwikfix for diagnosis to be told Car unusually springy at back It could be shock absorbers It could be rear springs or even wheel bearings (even I knew it couldnt be this). So devised a cunning plan of putting blutack on the bottom bump stops both sides to see if suspension was bottoming out. It wasnt. Reverting to The Forum

If you jack the car up at the rear jacking on the chassis not on the subframe or trailing arms then look at the four bushes. Youll see a gap between the subframe and the upper flange of any bush that is loose in the subframe. Lever lightly with a large screwdriver (between the top of the subframe and underside of each bushs upper flange) to make sure theyre all tight in their bores. Edit The rubber

FIAT MULTIPLA rear subframe front bushes needed

has any one been able to get the front bushes for the rear sub frameor any that will fit the fiat multiplaas fiat dont sell them seperate.have tried various shops on ebay that sell punto onesbut as yet no luck.its a 03 reg jtd .

My Multi has just failed its MOT on nearside rear upper suspension arm corroded and seriously weakened. Its looking likely ill be needing a whole newsecondhand subframe. Its mainly the metal around the rear bush. That has rusted and crushed the bush. Any ideas where I can get one from

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