Hitting a Curb Hard!!

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Paulie G, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. Paulie G

    Paulie G Guest

    Its a long story, but on saturday I hit a curb really hard in my 306,
    i've had a look at the damage, seems that my front suspension lower arm
    is bent and snapped, and a platic rod is snapped, other stuff is bent,
    but I don't know what it is. I've got a Haynes manual which tells you
    how to remove everythign etc. and my dad is good with cars, and my
    uncles a mechanic. So basically I want to get the parts and repair it
    with the help of my dad, and using my uncles tools, and he could
    consult etc. if needed. However, I can't find a exploded view of the
    front assembley, so I can't identify the parts I need to buy!

    Does anyone know where I could find an exploded view of the front
    assembley? I've had a look on the net, but can't find anything, and the
    haynes manual doesn't have one either.
    Paulie G, Jul 3, 2006
  2. Paulie G

    jossmer Guest

    In message <>,
    Ebay is your friend here. I got a full pug range cd for £3.00 gives all
    the exploded views and part numbers. Very handy to have. So I point you
    in ebays direction.
    Good luck
    jossmer, Jul 3, 2006
  3. Paulie G

    Chris Guest

    so u need front suspension lower arm . is it a drop link?if it is you
    need to replace that . what about anti roll bar? you might have to
    replace that.so get your uncle to have a good look under the car and
    tell you what is no good and what need replaceing. then you can go and
    buy it all.
    well good luck from chris addlestone surrey
    Chris, Jul 3, 2006
  4. Paulie G

    Malc Guest

    That sounds useful. What is the name of this cd so I can cut down on my
    search time?
    Malc, Jul 3, 2006
  5. Paulie G

    G.T Guest

    Here it's called CDPR (CD Pièces de Rechange). Another way to go could be
    the Mule, look for the "Peugeot CD" keywords.

    205 Diesel & turbo-Diesel : www.205d.com
    G.T, Jul 4, 2006
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