A working suspension arm will help support the weight of your car, as well as absorb bumps and vibrations from the road. This will keep your wheels aligned whilst cornering and improve comfort within the cabin.
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It’s typically recommended to replace your control arms every 100,000 miles but if your suspension arms become damaged or fail, you may notice changes in your car. If you hear clunking, rattling or feel more vibrations than usual then it may be time to replace your control arms. Worn suspension arms may cause uncontrollable or unpredictable steering, so it’s worth getting them checked at the first sign of wear.
To ensure the perfect fit make sure you check the dimensions of your outgoing suspension arm as well as the bolt hole size and position.