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Have 80K miles and six years on the clock.

The rear hatch would close with a loud bang, so I figured the two struts needed replacment.

Just bought new struts from BA (on sale) and replaced them today.

The hatch will now hold in most any position and closes with a solid thud, rather than the previous bang.

Well worth the time and minimal effort.

PS I saved the half moon clips that hold the struts on from the old ones, in case I lose some in the future when putting the hood/bonnet into service position.
 

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Well done. I wish I would have thought to keep those old clips just incase. I had dropped on after putting hood in service position, took me 30 minutes to find the stupid thing!
 
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