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Jacking / lifting points.
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Hey guys

Have a 1.7 diesel 62 plate astra J.

I am planning on jacking up the car over the weekend. Does anyone have any imagery regarding lifting points / also any tips or things to look out for when lifting this specific model car? As I know sometimes things don't run as smoothly as the manual says lol.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks again guys

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If using a trolley Jack I used the sub frame to Jack the car up then use 2 axle stands if working underneath, if using original Jack look underneath the cars sill at the side of the car you will see a rail with 2 indents one underneath the front door and one under the rear door will try and get a picture later today but that's only for the original scissor Jack as a trolley Jack would damage the rail.

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