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AST
2003 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-5984BC5    W0133-1909344  New

Qty:
60.62
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: 01/01/2002-, NORTH AMERICAN MADE MODELS
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Toyota Corolla Fr:01-01-02
AST
2003 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-5984BC5    W0133-1909344  New

Qty:
60.62
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: 01/01/2002-, NORTH AMERICAN MADE MODELS
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Toyota Corolla Fr:01-01-02
AST
2003 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-5984BC5    W0133-1909344  New

Qty:
60.62
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: 04/01/2002-, JAPAN MADE MODELS
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Toyota Corolla Fr:04-01-02
AST
2003 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-5984BC5    W0133-1909344  New

Qty:
60.62
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: 04/01/2002-, JAPAN MADE MODELS
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Toyota Corolla Fr:04-01-02
AST
2004 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Toyota Corolla
AST
2004 Toyota Matrix Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Toyota Matrix
AST
2004 Toyota Matrix Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Toyota Matrix
AST
2008 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: -12/31/2008
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Toyota Corolla To:12-31-08
AST
2008 Toyota Corolla Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: -12/31/2008
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Toyota Corolla To:12-31-08
AST
2003 Toyota Matrix Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: 01/2002-
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Toyota Matrix Fr:01-00-02
AST
2003 Toyota Matrix Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: 01/2002-
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Toyota Matrix Fr:01-00-02
AST
2008 Toyota Matrix Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: -12/31/2007
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Toyota Matrix To:12-31-07
AST
2008 Toyota Matrix Suspension Control Arm Bushing AST - Heavy Duty

P311-49A9792    W0133-2042378  New

Qty:
59.49
AST Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • Polyurethane
  • ; Production: -12/31/2007
  • Toyota does not offer this bushing separately from the control arm. ADUS 216 will allow the replacement of the wear-prone OE rubber bushing at the rear of the control arm with a more durable polyurethane one (and without the expense of having to replace the entire control arm).
  • Heavy Duty
Brand: AST
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Toyota Matrix To:12-31-07
Terada
1995 Toyota T100 Suspension Control Arm Bushing Terada

P311-5B4EBEB    W0133-1639746  New

Qty:
15.93
Terada Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Requires two per arm
  • Front - Upper
Brand: Terada
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Drive Type
1995 - Toyota T100 SR5 RWD
Terada
1995 Toyota Pickup Suspension Control Arm Bushing Terada

P311-5B4EBEB    W0133-1639746  New

Qty:
15.93
Terada Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Production: -12/31/1994, Requires two per arm
  • Front - Upper
Brand: Terada
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Prod. Date Range
1995 - Toyota Pickup Base To:12-31-94
Terada
1989 Toyota Pickup Suspension Control Arm Bushing Terada

P311-5B4EBEB    W0133-1639746  New

Qty:
15.93
Terada Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Production: 08/01/1988-, Requires two per arm
  • Front - Upper
Brand: Terada
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Drive Type Prod. Date Range
1989 - Toyota Pickup SR5 RWD Fr:08-01-88
Vemo
2014 Toyota 4Runner Suspension Control Arm Bushing Vemo

P311-12783A1    W0133-1900662  New

Qty:
32.71
Vemo Suspension Control Arm Bushing
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - Toyota 4Runner
Vemo
2014 Toyota 4Runner Suspension Control Arm Bushing Vemo

P311-12783A1    W0133-1900662  New

Qty:
32.71
Vemo Suspension Control Arm Bushing
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - Toyota 4Runner
Vemo
2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser Suspension Control Arm Bushing Vemo

P311-12783A1    W0133-1900662  New

Qty:
32.71
Vemo Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • ; Production: -07/31/2009
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2009 - Toyota FJ Cruiser To:07-31-09
Vemo
2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser Suspension Control Arm Bushing Vemo

P311-12783A1    W0133-1900662  New

Qty:
32.71
Vemo Suspension Control Arm Bushing
  • ; Production: 08/01/2009-
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2010 - Toyota FJ Cruiser Fr:08-01-09

Latest Car Advice

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Toyota front control arm bushing repalcement

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Question From captjackny on Toyota front control arm bushing repalcement

2006 Toyota Camry 4cyl, 77k miles. took in for oil chg and shop told me front control arm bushing is going bad. said had to drop subframe to replace and since this was expensive both bushings should be replaced. using OEM/aftermarket bushings (not the arm, just the bushings) would cost $750 to replace. I took a look on the internet and the bsuhisgs are about $50 each, so labor is the big part of this job. is this reasonable labor to repalce these bushings? Thanks

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Capt. Jack; I'd get a second opinion, first. Control arm bushings on that new of a vehicle? I'd be very surprised.

Front end shaking and vibrating

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Question From Guest on Front end shaking and vibrating

93 Toyota Camry LE 4 Cyl.
While driving i experience a lot of shaking and vibration from the front end of my car. I can feel it through the steering when too. Driving on the streets i don't really feel it. It's very noticable while i'm on the FWY at 40+mph. Steering feels normal. I feel it even more when the roads are bumpy. When i ease off the gas it vibrates less.
The front tires i had before did show inner wear.
I think i need a front end alignment. Also how do you know when you need to replace the shocks?

Any help or suggestion will be appreciated
Thanks
Rudy

Response From Indytech Top Rated Answer

Bad balance wheel you will notice that at around 50mph (80kph) will start to shake and vibrate
and when you reach above 62mpd(100kph) it start to even out again .
Just a tip on balanced wheels
What happens on the Camry is the bottom control arm bushings,ball joint,strut supports go bad and will give you
a bad front end shake and vibration .
Indy

Response From DrElectrics

I'm no mechanic, but i am going to roll with a wheel alignment, and tyre balance. Greater concern may be the struts, but i dont think its that far.

Response From way2old

I do not think the shaking is caused by mis-alignment. Although it may be a good idea to have one done when the tire balance is completed. I agree with the balance issue since you stated it starts at a certain speed.

Suspension Clunk '98 Corolla

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Question From WayneLee on Suspension Clunk '98 Corolla

1998 Toyota Corolla, 147k miles. There is a "clunk" sound in the right front corner that seems to occur when going over a bump - not as the shock compresses, but as it decompresses or unloads.

We have been unable to isolate the problem. The car has new strut assemblies and all bolts are tight. The car has been up on jacks, we have inspected all the joints, shook the tires and steering, etc. Wheel bearings and ball joints seem good. There is a little wear in the half-shaft, but not enough to make the noise. Other suspension components appear tight.

We have not been able to reproduce the sound in the driveway, however I have not been able to get under the car as it was being bounced up and down.

I think the noise was occurring before we replaced the strut assemblies. I can confirm they are properly torques.

Clearly we are missing something - Any suggestions or ideas are greatly appreciated!

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Get a prybar and check the play in the control arm bushings. When you replaced the struts, did you replace the mounts as well? Also, there are rubber isolators that go between the coil spring and the strut cartridge base that if not installed on the new strut or in rough shape will cause nasty noises.

Response From WayneLee

OK, I'l lcheck it out. Unfortunately it will be 2 weeks, my son has it away at college.

thanks,

1992 Camry rear left suspension noise

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Question From 1992camry on 1992 Camry rear left suspension noise

Hi, I have a 1992 Toyota camry and I am experiencing a noise problem from the rear left wheel. I know I have a bad bushing but I am not sure how parts are actually called ??? I have taken a picture and I am requesting our help to make sure I will order the right bushings from the net since toyota wants to replace all the parts instead of simply the bushings. I went to a local garage in Quebec, Canada and he also told me that he is not able to get only the bushings. I have found a couple of sites on the net to order only the bushings but I want to be sure of the names.

The bushing that I have singled out on the picture, can be forced at least 1/8" from side to side and I am positive the noise coming from this bar.
Also can you confim if I have the right terminology for naming the parts ?
Your help would be appreciated.

My intention so far would be to replace only the trailing arms bushings, (would need 4 total I guess, since there is 2 bars & 1 in each end). But I am not sure if those 2 bars are called the trailing arms. So I need your help.

Thanks

Response From nmasse4101

I was sure hoping someone replied to your question. I was told they were called stabilizer bar bushings and you will need the bolt kit as well. I was told it was dealer item only and it runs about 180.00 US. Ouch... I have the same problem, it is more annoying than safety but I think, not sure, but think that is what they are called. Did you get any info yet? Please let me know if you have the name... I need to fix mine as well.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Found this out there. It's more than meets the eye so must be as stated below. It's name is "rear control arm" meaning the adjustable one toward rear of vehicle not just rear vs a front of vehicle part,

T
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Rear Control Arm Complete Assembly (OEM Toyota) rearward adjustable arm, 6/ 1991 to 8/1993, SXV10, VCV10 State with or without ABS $132.80 each.
*Please Note: No bushings for the rearward adjustable rear control arms are available.
The outer ends of this arm are of a ball and socket type design (not a bushing) and are not serviceable.
You must replace the whole arm (complete assembly) as listed for sale above.

Response From nmasse4101

Hey thank you so very much.
I have heard twenty different names for these, trailing bars, sway bars, control arms... etc... It seems that there is alot of play once that bushing wears and that arm just bounces up and down making a annoying noise. At least it is all one piece and can't come apart that is nice to know for safety reasons but need to have it replaced. I love my car, and it has 234,000 miles on it and doens't leak a drop of oil, just started to rust this year and runs beautifully. I am blessed with this car just need two more years to finish school and all is well. Thanks for your help!!!!

Happy easter

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It's not just annoying - if that broke clean off it would very likely cause wild loss of control of the car!

It's a must fix item asap,

T

Response From nmasse4101

These aren't the adjustable ones, I just have the bolt type. it is the rear of the two control arms. Are we talking about the same thing still for the 132.80? If I have to replac both control arms on the left rear will I have to remove the exhaust and the gas tank? Is that true? I am a female and am learning alot about this vehicle, I am trying to do some of this myself.

Thanks Tom

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This was a picture of a 92 from much earlier post in this thread. I did find that what looks like just a replacable rubber bushing is a ball socket type thing that so far is unavailable alone so comes as the whole unit and truth is $132 bucks isn't the world for this. It will take labor and the cost of an alignment after it's replaced!

Here's the pic - I didn't write on it but it shows what yours should look like.......

http://autoforums.carjunky.com/cgi-bin/gforum.cgi?do=post_attachment;postatt_id=74;

That pointer the says "2 Trailing Arms ???" shows the threads and a lock nut. This is how you would adjust the "tow" for alignment. The two larger bolts shown at the bottom of the strud should have hidden oblong holes in one such that "camber" can be adjusted as well during an alignment. Anytime you remove those things for whatever you are up to a new aligment is in order as you really can't tell by eye if it's right on the mark or not.

All that said - this is NOT an easy do it yourself job. By the looks of that you would need air tools to take things apart.

BTW - being female is not a stopper for working on things and doing it right. This time I think the expense of tools you probably don't own will take away any chance of saving money by doing this yourself and you may never need those tools again,

T

Response From nmasse4101 Top Rated Answer

Hi tom,

I do have some air tools which will help out immensely. It is that bolt... for sure, left side and it is the left rear,rear control arm. I should replace both, but the rear most control arm bushing is the worst. I know it looks like I may have to remove fuel tank to do the left rear front control arm which is something I really don't want to do. It has a center bolt which maybe seized and if it isn't then I don't have to remove fuel tank, but it doesn't look good. Anyways, it is going to be a hairy job any which way I look at it. I have to remove exhaust... ugh!!!! I sincerely appreciate your input on this matter... it is pretty interesting to learn about imports, I worked for ford for about 8 years, so i know nothing about imports... all new to me. I am just scared to death that it will be alot more than what I anticipate.!!!!! Thx again for your help/

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Spray your suspect rusty parts now with PB - a great penetrating oil that really works. If bolts break off blind it will be a nightmare and you might need air hammer and oxy/acet heat to get thru this. I like your spunk - you go girl but know it could be a real pill,

T