Front lower cross member help

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  1. toni123!

    toni123!

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    Tino Se
    Chassis:
    2002
    I’ve been told I need a new lower cross member on my 2002 almera tino se.
    Anyone know how big of a job it is and how easy it is to get a part?
    Been looking on eBay,found many but details keep saying not suitable for tino !
    Any help would be appreciated.Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Liam

    Liam

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    It is a fairly big job.

    Id imagine somewhere around 5-6 hours labour if you are getting a garage to do it.

    As for parts, the Almera is different to the Tino so you need the Tino specific part, however im not entirely sure where you would find one, have a try googling it.
     
  3. Peter Catterall

    Peter Catterall

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    My daughters 2002 1500 had this issue. Don't know if the Tino is similar.
    One garage quoted £400 and insisted it was an MOT structural part another said he could fit a new part for £200 or just weld a plate on the old one ( £150) . Advice is to shop around!
     
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