Re: Naughty Sportwagon
Pop the front wheels off and sit her on an axle stand, remove the plastic mudguard type plate thing towards the lower front of the wheel arch. This should give you good access to the front of the lower wishbones.
Spray the bushes (front and back, upper and lower) with silicone lube spray liberally. then leave it for a few minutes and spray again. Also worth spraying the anti roll bar mount which is at the back behind the wishbone bush (awkward to get but do-able). Also check the mounts are tightened up properly, mine hd a slight turn on the nearside, and the upper wishbone balljoint nut had split.
Then pop the wheels back on (not forgetting the plastic guard) and squeeze under the rear of the car to spray the rear bushes (which are accessible without the need to take the wheels off).
I left the car for about 20 mins (to let it work it's way in) then took it for a spin. All's well again.
Hope that helps
< Rob >
Spider 2.0 TS 1997
156 2.0 TS Selespeed 1999 (now sold)
147 2.0 TS Lusso 2002