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    mot failure

    took my mk4 astra in for mot
    she failed on: N/S headlight beam (out to left )
    rear exhaust ruber had come off
    N/S and O/S brake pad locking device insecure


    the exhaust ruber i noticed just befor she went in, so sorted that
    dont want to touch headlight as not sure how far she needs adjusting
    but my question is on brake pads
    http://img42.imageshack.us/i/image0039.jpg/
    this his how i fitted them and thought it was correct

    this his how i think they sposed to be done
    http://img169.imageshack.us/i/image0038.jpg/
    can any 1 advise me on which is correct way
    as she going back for retest tomorow morning
    and they going to charg me £15 to sort it
    which i can't realy aford at this mom

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    hi the metal clip is wrong way roun the 2 pointy bits are supposed to rest on caliper 15 quid to do that is a rip off its a 10 min job

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    so wat we saying is that image 0039 is correct way and 0038 is totaly wrong??
    thanks for the quic reply mzungu1986
    i see wat they say 2moz when she goes back for retest!!

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    image 0038 is correct, image 0039 is incorrect

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    cheerse steve1412
    took can in earlyer for retest
    and all they had to sort out was n/s headlight beam ( cost in me £11.95)
    all sorted for another 12month!!:-)

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