Knocking at rear of car

IDI AMIN

Senior Member
#1
Started to get a terrible knocking noise at rear of car over the last few days, Suspected it was shock absorber or broken spring maybe,after clearing out junk in the boot.

Narrowed it down to part called cup shock absorber on the 7 zap website is where i got the name.

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This first image is where the top point of shocker is hitting inside the wheel arch. Noticed this when i took the wheel off.
Further inspection revealed the lower cup is worn in the centre piece where it would sit on a little edge on the shocker. IMG_20210425_154155.jpg IMG_20210425_154201.jpg IMG_20210425_154334.jpg IMG_20210425_154731.jpg IMG_20210425_154806.jpg

You can see where the centre hole has expanded cause it's old and worn, the shocker has just pushed through making the hole bigger.

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I think i only need the big one, for the bottom part of shocker but will try and get the 2 pieces , For both sides as well.

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I've got number 9 and number 5 from the 7zap website .

https://opel.7zap.com/en/car/j96/m/0/4-1/#9

Been scouring on e bay can't seem to find it . I prefer to buy on ebay usually, as it's not always easy to get to a vauxhall parts department if you are working all day.

Looking for a little help if possible with the parts numbers.

And also some pictures for everyone to look at.
 

KevinH

Senior Member
#3
For information, PSA Group (which included Vauxhall & Opel) have now merged with FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) in January 2021 and is now known as Stellantis.

Indeed, genuine parts for cars that are now 10 years old or more are becoming very difficult to source and dealers usually stock service parts only.
 
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