Date registered: Oct 2012
Vehicle: Mercedes Benz W108 - 280 SE (1970) / Mercedes-Benz W123 200T (1983)
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How would I check for dried grease in the seal? I'd go check if I knew what to look for and how to look for it (other than the obvious dirt and dried grease on the fitting). Would be neat if it was possible to check without needing to loosen the seal, as my grease gun is broken and that'd mean the car would be undrivable until I get a new, if the grease came out that is.
EDIT: Could it be a shock absorber that's squeaking a bit? Just hit me that it may sound like a shock that's not sliding as clean as possible, as it really does happen with even the tiniest touches (such as opening the door just a couple centimeters). Going to give that some silicone tomorrow.
Last edited by Jackpody; 07-01-2013 at 02:34 PM.