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2005 Chevrolet Malibu Suspension Control Arm Dorman - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5823C6A    W0133-2082191  New

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Dorman Suspension Control Arm
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2005 - Chevrolet Malibu
Dorman
2004 Chevrolet Malibu Suspension Control Arm Dorman - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5823C6A    W0133-2082191  New

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2004 - Chevrolet Malibu
Dorman
2005 Chevrolet Malibu Suspension Control Arm Dorman

P311-59E90F0    W0133-2082413  New

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2005 - Chevrolet Malibu
Dorman
2004 Chevrolet Malibu Suspension Control Arm Dorman

P311-59E90F0    W0133-2082413  New

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2004 - Chevrolet Malibu
TRW
2004 Chevrolet Malibu Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushings

P311-2F252C9    W0133-2082413  New

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TRW Suspension Control Arm
  • 3/36 Warranty
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
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2004 - Chevrolet Malibu
TRW
2005 Chevrolet Malibu Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushings

P311-2F252C9    W0133-2082413  New

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$217.95
TRW Suspension Control Arm
  • 3/36 Warranty
  • Includes Ball Joint and Bushings
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
Brand: TRW
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2005 - Chevrolet Malibu
Lemfoerder
2007 Chevrolet Tahoe Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-4296298    W0133-1897943  New

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$241.50
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2007 - Chevrolet Tahoe
TRW
2007 Chevrolet Tahoe Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5C4E164    W0133-1897943  New

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TRW Suspension Control Arm
  • 3/36 Warranty
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2007 - Chevrolet Tahoe
TRW
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5C4E164    W0133-1897943  New

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  • Exc.Off Road Suspension, Incl.Ball Joint & Bushings
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Brand: TRW
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2015 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD
Lemfoerder
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-4296298    W0133-1897943  New

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$241.50
Lemfoerder Suspension Control Arm
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2015 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD
TRW
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5C4E164    W0133-1897943  New

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TRW Suspension Control Arm
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2015 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 RWD
Lemfoerder
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-4296298    W0133-1897943  New

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Lemfoerder Suspension Control Arm
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Brand: Lemfoerder
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2015 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 RWD
TRW
2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5C4E164    W0133-1897943  New

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TRW Suspension Control Arm
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2016 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 SSV RWD
Lemfoerder
2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-4296298    W0133-1897943  New

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Lemfoerder Suspension Control Arm
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2016 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 SSV RWD
TRW
2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5C4E164    W0133-1897943  New

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$193.31
TRW Suspension Control Arm
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  • w/Ball Joint & Bushing
Brand: TRW
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2016 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 SSV 4WD
Lemfoerder
2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-4296298    W0133-1897943  New

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$241.50
Lemfoerder Suspension Control Arm
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Brand: Lemfoerder
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2016 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 SSV 4WD
TRW
2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5C4E164    W0133-1897943  New

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$193.31
TRW Suspension Control Arm
  • 3/36 Warranty
  • with Forged Steel Arms
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushing
Brand: TRW
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2011 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Lemfoerder
2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-4296298    W0133-1897943  New

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2011 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Lemfoerder
2007 Chevrolet Tahoe Suspension Control Arm Lemfoerder - with Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-56A106A    W0133-1897944  New

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Lemfoerder Suspension Control Arm
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2007 - Chevrolet Tahoe
TRW
2007 Chevrolet Tahoe Suspension Control Arm TRW - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-3B32D32    W0133-1897944  New

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TRW Suspension Control Arm
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2007 - Chevrolet Tahoe

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1989 Chevy S-10 pickup wiper/cruise control problems

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Question From buddyd49 on 1989 Chevy S-10 pickup wiper/cruise control problems

I have a 1989 Chevrolet S-10 Tahoe pickup, 4.3 v6, and I am having problems with the wiper control, and cruise control. This truck has the cruise/wiper/turn signal combo on the column mount control arm.The wipers will not shut off. They are coming on every 45 seconds or so, and the wiper control switch will not shut them off, when you turn the control arm (switch) you either get full speed, or the 45 sec intermittent speed (there does not appear to be any other setting contacts being made). I have to pull the fuse to stop them.

The cruise control does not function at all. The turn signals, and headlight dimmer/bright works.

I bought this truck even though it has this problem but I have never worked on these systems. I have purchased a new control (cruise/wiper switch control assembly), and a turn signal switch assembly. Am I on the right track?

Response From Hammer Time

No, I doubt you are on the right track. There should be a replaceable pulse circuit board on the motor that is responsible for parking and pulse control.

Response From buddyd49 Top Rated Answer

Thanks for the great info. I looked for a pulse circuit board online, found one for $22.00 and have it on order. I have been frustrated with this, and after researching this site, and receiving your reply, I am starting to feel better about solving this problem. Thanks again Hammer Time.

2005/Chevrolet/Trailblazer Snapped rear lower trailing arm.

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Question From jginsing on 2005/Chevrolet/Trailblazer Snapped rear lower trailing arm.

Hi, we heard a clanking in the back of our car so we brought it in for service. Seems that right rear lower trailing (trailering?) arm was snapped in two.
1. Is it safe to drive in this condition?
2. It seems this is not under my 3 year warranty because they claim I ran over something, so it's collision related. Does this sound right? I was never in an accident. Can I fight this somehow?
3. Does $250plus tax sound right to install the new part?

Thanks in advance!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Not safe to drive!!!! These things should bend not snap so I can't even guess what happened. Keep the old part-now parts as it could show evidence of a defect. $250 is fair to fix that and should include a 4 wheel alignment.

I've NEVER seen one just snap but that doesn't mean it couldn't and I'm confused as to what happened to cause that. Was it jacked up by that by mistake and bent first by any chance??

T

Response From jginsing

Yes, the mechanic at the dealer seemed a bit surprised about that too. He claims I must have run over something, but I just do normal street driving, and I would imagine a SUV could handle a pothole or something. I've certainly never got into an actual collision with anyone. How high off the ground is the part?

What would be my recourse to fight paying for this?

Thanks so much for your help

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just suggest for now: Get it done for the silly $250 - write on the repair order that this will be disputed upon some research and you want the parts back. If you don't need the car for some time leave it and fight with it inoperative but that's a hassle for most folks too.

There's a few us here. I'm just one and others may have seen this with no particular abuse. I've only seen things like this at all with wild car wrecks and some altered vehicle use with full abuse on purpose. If it somehow was bent by something unseen or by accident for jacking it up that would not be a defect. I have seen cast parts with air bubbles in the metal that failed....... engine blocks, u-joints even right away, and assorted CAST parts. When metal is made to start with it is checked and graded for the use it will get. Stuff happens there too. I'm not a manufacturing expert but I think just from looking at those type parts that they must start as flat stock metal and are bent and cut to make the part. These trailing arms are (just having glanced at many over the years) one peice of metal and not welded or bolted,riveted together anywhere. The rubber bushing ends are pressed in and a know strengh bolt and nut secure them. Here, I've seen rust play an issue with all kinds of parts but not in just a few years as this vehicle is.

Keep records on this and who said what. I wonder if there is unseen damage which should show up with a four wheel alignment and then you could be talking collision damage and insurance involvement.

Whatever is said here is really no good as we are not looking at this. Perhaps I've confused the part that broke. If this is just a stabilizer pin that looks like a long bolt with rubber isolators at each end those could break and yes I've done several but on front pins not the rear. Good luck,

T

Response From Guest

Wow, thanks so much for the info Tom.

The exact description the mechanic used was the "right rear lower trailering arm which connects the rear differential to the body". Does this sound like the part we are talking about?

In general - if the part was faulty, and I keep it as evidence, who do I fight with - the dealer? Or do I contact Chevrolet?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Ok: So it's not just those pins - you could do without those entirely. The bar that hold rear axle and the controls arms if independant from moving forward or rear like I think you are talking about are mandatory! There would be another for side to side control. I just surfed the whole web for an exact good pic of what GM used for this.

They can be rounded steel bars also but the same thing - they shouldn't just up and snap! These bars are stong! I find the weaker link to be the bushings which could wear out, or perhaps welded brackets for this stuff on control arms, axle itself, or the body/frame of vehicle.

If this vehicle uses "leaf" springs they can do all the work for front to rear forces and side to side but I don't know if this model did that. That's usually super HD stuff for later vehicles that would carry heavy loads.

While I'm here........ the bushing of parts like this usually have a barbed metal inner sleeve where a bolt goes thru. Those must be tighten up in the same position the vehicle would be sitting on the ground with wheel taking the weight or the torque of the rubber can alter ride height as the rubber is vulcanized to the metal parts. Not this but for some front end parts with replaceable bushings like those (idler arms for example) can cause the car to pull to one side.

I was a tad surprised at that estimate from a dealer for the job!

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf


These are typical stabilizer/sway bar pins,

T

2006 Uplander w/heavy clunk in rear passenger

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Question From DennyD on 2006 Uplander w/heavy clunk in rear passenger

2006 Chevy Uplander, 2.5l engine, 160k KMs

I have a heavy metal-on-metal clunk (sounds like a dead shock) in my rear of my 06 Chevy Uplander. Even the smallest of bumps cause the clunk. I put on new shocks and a new trackbar (both of which I was told was the problem). There are no struts on this model, just springs and shocks. There's nothing broken on the springs.

The only other thing I could think of are the control arm bushings but there's no play in them at all. I removed the spare tire and my storage area is empty. Also checked for play in the side and rear doors - all good. Any idea what is causing the sound, and more importantly, how to stop it?

Response From ebbbs

i had loud clunking noise left rear 06 uplander changed shocks didnt help changed control arm(trailing arm) bushings whalaa no more clunk!! bushing looked fine pre removal. old bushing was like butter in a vise compared to new one. used a 3/8 extension thru busing bolt hole could move old one around so easy new one barely moved 1/8 of an inch!!

Response From Hammer Time

Please read the FORUM RULES before posting. This question is nearly a year old.

Response From Hammer Time

This isn't the kind of problem that you are going to find on a forum. You are going to find it on a drive on ramp lift with someone listening while someone else works the car up and down.

Response From DennyD

Thanks for the reply. Sadly we've done that and we can't hear squat. Just thought that maybe someone here might have had the same issue or is a known problem.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Agreed,shouldn't be too hard to pinpoint, especially if you have Chassis Ears as HT mentioned.

Check into these TSB's, may apply to your concern

Subject: Noise Or Clunk In The Rear Suspension - keywords bushing clunk noise rattle rear suspension thump #PIT3323C - (01/23/2007)

Models: 2005-2007 Buick Terraza 2005-2007 Chevrolet Uplander 2005-2007 Pontiac SV6 2005-2007 Saturn Relay



This PI was superseded to update Model Years. Please discard PIT3323B.
The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI. Condition/Concern:
Customers may report loud clunk or noise while driving in the rear suspension of their crossover sport Van equipped with FE1, FE2 or FE3 rear suspension. The noise maybe described as the muffler hitting the floor pan or a loud slapping noise. Recommendation/Instructions:
Inspect and replace the rear trailing arm bushing P/N 10341351 as needed.
Please follow this diagnostic or repair process thoroughly and complete each step. If the condition exhibited is resolved without completing every step, the remaining steps do not need to be performed.




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Subject: Stiff Rear Upper Suspension Or Shocks Clunk Over Bumps - keywords bushing cargo GMT201 noise rear #PIT3861A - (08/04/2006)

Models: 2005-2007 Buick Terraza 2005-2007 Chevrolet Uplander 2005-2007 Pontiac SV6 2005-2007 Saturn Relay Cargo or Incomplete Mobility Vehicles Only



This PI was created to add 07 MY. Please discard PIT3861.
The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI. Condition/Concern:
If the customer/fleet operator finds the suspension too hard (shocks clunk because of full extension over bumps), ask how the van will be used. If it will be loaded with several hundred pounds, the suspension will be alright. If it will be used predominately with light loads and the customer is objecting to the ride characteristics see recommendations below. Recommendation/Instructions:
Replace the rear springs with 22132418 which will reduce the spring preload by 600 pounds

  1. Make sure the customer is objecting to the ride characteristics, not the dealer sales department.
  2. Record trim heights with the original and the replacement springs and forward the information to tom.geist@gm.com.

Please follow this diagnostic or repair process thoroughly and complete each step. If the condition exhibited is resolved without completing every step, the remaining steps do not need to be performed.

Response From DennyD

Just as the 2nd TSB said to do, I loaded the back of the van (with my wife and 4 kids - 600lbs easy) and the problem was still there, loud as ever so it's not the 2nd TSB. They say the 1st one should be ignored now but it's the last thing I've not checked.

Imagine driving on a dirt road with no shocks. That's the sound I get. I think I bought a lemon...

Response From Hammer Time

These are the kind of things that we deal with every day and it's not rocket science to find the noise if it is load and consistent enough. Any decent tech should be able to pinpoint the noise.

Response From Hammer Time

It really shouldn't be that difficult to pinpoint if the noise is consistent. A set of chassis ears would be a lot of help.