After a week of increasingly vague steering, a quick look around the front of my car revealed this little horror on the driver's side... The arm is indeed resting on the lower part of the bracket! To be fair, I did receive following comments 10 months ago on the last MOT... Nearside Front Lower Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2) Offside Front Lower Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2) So both my compliance bushes need replacing. I found this HK thread... http://hondakarma.com/threads/accord-front-lower-arm.2232/live, but has anyone actually done this recently? These are from the same seller I bought all four replacement drop links, plus both upper control arms. So I'm happy with the quality of these (Meyle?) parts... However it would obviously be cheaper to just replace the failed bushes, assuming I could remove the old bushes and press in the new ones without buying specialist tools (but improvising with threaded bar and hole-cutters) - so a combination of these two YouTube clips... Or can anyone suggest how much it's likely to cost me to have the work done by Holdcroft Honda? I'm very busy workwise at the moment (working away from home most of the week) and without convenient garage facilities. So having the work done by a garage would suit me, although I must bear in mind that the car is fairly worthless and therefore I can't justify spending too much on it. But it is otherwise reliable, economical and comfortable and so I'm not planning on throwing it away just yet! Your thoughts please!