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  1. I think your axial bolts backed out. I have seen then come loose from time to time. You should be able turn the hub, if bearing is bad you will feel it and it will have play. You don't seem to have a lot of experience with a repair like this maybe best to send it to some one that does. I agree looks like split CV boot. May just need new boot and bolts. The flange holes on inside look like they are oblong from bolt coming loose. May need new flange also. I would want to see it after cleaned up to make that call. The bearing is mounted inside the upright with the hub going to the flange. The pa
  2. What code did they say the ECU had stored in it?
  3. Have you checked the vacuum line going to the map sensor? If good swap map sensors.
  4. The seat can be adjusted with ODIS to allow the seat to go all the way back until it touches the back panel. Its set up from factory not to get to close to avoid any wear issues like the 560 Gallardo spyders had.
  5. I would say avoid MY 2012. Ride is not as good as 13 and up cars. Gear box issues, engine harness issues, seem to have more oil leaks, they do not get engine/gear box soft wear updates as much as newer modles and more problems in general then newer modles. I would recommend 2014 or newer. As far as coup/roadster thats a matter of your preference.
  6. There is 1/4 inch spacers under seat fram. They can be removed. Can lead to some wear on carpet after some time exp. if you adjust the seat alot. Seat mounting bolts go thru spacers on all 4 mount points.
  7. The coolant hose can be replaced on a coup or roadster with engine in. Every time removed a engine I would replace that hose is what I ment. Its easy with engine out. Kinda a pain with engine in, but can be done.
  8. The LP 640 came with a heat shield on hose. Good to add to older cars when hose replaced. I always replaced that hose when I pulled engines. Some times you need to make the hose a bit shorter. You want aleast 1 inch of clearence between hose & exhaust. There was a update to make the change on LP 640. Note while the book calls for engine to come out for starter it can be replaced with engine in. Not that hard with engine in.
  9. Be very carefull not to over fill. Which is easy to do. If over filled, can leak on to exhaust and start a fire. If working good I would say dont mess with it.
  10. Its not hard to remove the carbon around the radio. Use a hook tool on the base of the carbon pice around the radio. I has clips that hold it in place. All you have to do is pull with the hook towards the back of the car and it pops out, there is a clip on both sides. You do not need to remove the carbon on center consol that has the window switches. I would cover it with a rag to protec it. you will unplug the a/c controls to get it out of the way. When the radio slides out you will need to place it on the rag to deal with the plugs.
  11. It could be the x brace in engine bay. It mounts to the fire wall which is carbon. I have seen a lot of them make noise when going in/out drive ways. Need to be loosened & retorque in proper order.
  12. No I suffered a very bad elbow injurie when I was at the factory training for Urus. Unable to work on cars with it. I'm know working at Raging Bull Performance as the service writer. Me and Frank worked together a long time ago. I can still use my 20 years of experience to help inspect & diagnose in shop but cant wrench any more. Between Frank & me we have just shy of 40 years of Lamborghini expertise. I think that's more then any dealer in the US. Thank you.
  13. Early warning sign is a white dust that builds up on valve covers. I was replacing headers on 1999 Diablos for this issue under warranty they would start leaking that soon. Diablo had 2-year warranty. The first one to start leaking is almost always the left rear header.
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