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CTR
1995 Kia Sportage Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-039207E    W0133-1616692  New

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$96.27
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front - Upper
Brand: CTR
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1995 - Kia Sportage
CTR
2000 Kia Sephia Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-434459A    W0133-1659154  New

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$124.65
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Production: 05/13/2000-
  • Front - Lower/Right
Brand: CTR
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2000 - Kia Sephia
CTR
2001 Kia Sephia Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-434459A    W0133-1659154  New

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$124.65
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front - Lower/Right
Brand: CTR
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2001 - Kia Sephia
CTR
2000 Kia Sephia Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-4501C88    W0133-1659153  New

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$125.32
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Production: 05/13/2000-
  • Front - Lower/Left
Brand: CTR
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2000 - Kia Sephia
CTR
2001 Kia Sephia Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-4501C88    W0133-1659153  New

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$125.32
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front - Lower/Left
Brand: CTR
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2001 - Kia Sephia
CTR
2002 Kia Sedona Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-4045056    W0133-1833553  New

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$85.12
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Production: 12/01/2001-
  • Front Lower Right
Brand: CTR
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2002 - Kia Sedona
CTR
2003 Kia Sedona Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-4045056    W0133-1833553  New

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$85.12
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front Lower Right
Brand: CTR
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2003 - Kia Sedona
CTR
2002 Kia Sedona Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-4C5324A    W0133-1833555  New

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$83.60
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Production: 12/01/2001-
  • Front Lower Left
Brand: CTR
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2002 - Kia Sedona
CTR
2003 Kia Sedona Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-4C5324A    W0133-1833555  New

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$83.60
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front Lower Left
Brand: CTR
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2003 - Kia Sedona
CTR
2003 Kia Sorento Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-2E9EA43    W0133-1857176  New

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$68.59
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front Left Upper
Brand: CTR
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2003 - Kia Sorento
Dorman
2007 Kia Amanti Suspension Control Arm Dorman

P311-0A09DF3    W0133-1833206  New

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$72.81
Dorman Suspension Control Arm
  • Includes Ball Joint and Bushings
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
  • Front Left Upper
Brand: Dorman
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2007 - Kia Amanti
Genuine
2007 Kia Amanti Suspension Control Arm Genuine

P311-3DB4DB0    W0133-1833206  New

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$82.58
Genuine Suspension Control Arm
  • 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.
  • Includes Ball Joint and Bushings
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
  • Front Left Upper
Brand: Genuine
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2007 - Kia Amanti
Dorman
2008 Kia Amanti Suspension Control Arm Dorman

P311-0A09DF3    W0133-1833206  New

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$72.81
Dorman Suspension Control Arm
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
Brand: Dorman
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2008 - Kia Amanti
First Equipment Quality
2001 Kia Optima Suspension Control Arm First Equipment Quality

P311-5E4451A    W0133-1844006  New

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$49.28
First Equipment Quality Suspension Control Arm
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2001 - Kia Optima
CTR
2001 Kia Optima Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-3856688    W0133-1844006  New

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$78.04
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
Brand: CTR
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2001 - Kia Optima
First Equipment Quality
2005 Kia Magentis Suspension Control Arm First Equipment Quality

P311-5E4451A    W0133-1844006  New

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$49.28
First Equipment Quality Suspension Control Arm
  • Production: -09/30/2005
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2005 - Kia Magentis
CTR
2005 Kia Magentis Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-3856688    W0133-1844006  New

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$78.04
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Production: -09/30/2005
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
Brand: CTR
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2005 - Kia Magentis
CTR
2003 Kia Sorento Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-22BE065    W0133-1857185  New

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$68.55
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Front Right Upper
Brand: CTR
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2003 - Kia Sorento
Dorman
2007 Kia Amanti Suspension Control Arm Dorman

P311-289C934    W0133-1833207  New

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$72.93
Dorman Suspension Control Arm
  • Includes Ball Joint and Bushings
  • w/Ball Joint & Bushings
  • Front Right Upper
Brand: Dorman
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2007 - Kia Amanti
CTR
2003 Kia Rio Suspension Control Arm CTR

P311-32553C8    W0133-1658381  New

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$53.82
CTR Suspension Control Arm
  • Attaches to the front knuckle assembly
  • Front - Left Lower
Brand: CTR
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2003 - Kia Rio

Latest Kia Repair and Control Arm Installation Advice

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front end vibration

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Question From tucsonbiker on front end vibration

Working on a 2004 kia spectra. Have really bad front end vibrations. Ive checked to see that the tires are seated properly, checked the brakes, rack m pin, control arms. But still have a severe vibration that tends to lessen the faster i drive. Any ideas of what else i should be looking at or any tricks of the trade will be very helpful.

Response From tucsonbiker Top Rated Answer

I can feel the vibration and see the vibration in the steering wheel. Vibrations are worse at 5-40 mph. Once the car is over 50 its not as noticable

Response From Discretesignals

Where do you feel the vibration? What speed(s) is the vibration the most prominent?

Kia rio station wagon-2003

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Question From member101 on Kia rio station wagon-2003

Hi

As owner of a Kia rio 2003 model (119000km), I hope you dont mind answering several questions ive had on my mind for sometime now. It would take some relief of my mind.

1. The car recommeded tire size is: 175/65/R14. However tyres suppliers in Fiji have more of 175/70/R14. Is it okay to use 175/70/R14? What is the difference?

2. Local dealer has advised that engine mounts are weak. What are the purpose of the engine mounts and how does he tell they are weak and why is necessary repair?

3. Local dealer says that the lower suspension plate bushings are worn, I have bought the part. can the repair of this be done at home garage or is it an expensive dealer garage job.

4. The cars internal light, and rear view mirrow switch is not working, please confirm if this is a fuse problem and is it a costly affair.

I would appreciate your fast responce. Thanks so much as usual.
Douglas

Response From Sidom

Most cars have optional tires sizes that will work fine. I haven't check that model but the size is so close it shouldn't be a problem. Some cars will list optional sizes in the door jam.

Some mounts will vibrate or start to crack. Or they could've checked how much travel there is when power braking the engine and felt the engine was moving too much....

I'm not real sure of the part you are talking about. If it's strut mounts then you would need a spring compressor to do this at home.....

It's very possible you have a bad fuse. Get a test light an check all your fuses.... If it's not a fuse then it would be somewhere between a simple fix to a very costly problem depending on what is bad and how hard it was to find the problem.....

Sorry for the slow response but I had my 3yr old grandson last night and was stuck playing Mario all night. (The kids good..) It took an act of Congress just to be able to sneak outside & grab a smoke.....

Response From member101 Top Rated Answer

Thats Okay! ( reply)..

Excellent reply.

I was onto the lower front arm attached to the tension rod and the steering knuckle. I have this part, the lower control arm replacement with me.

Response From Sidom

It sounds like you may be talking about a sway bar link pin which would be able to be changed with some basic tools. If possible a picture would really help....

As far as the frt suspension goes on that, the frt struts are really the only part that would require special tools. Every thing else is pretty much unbolt & replace. Aside from a couple of big sockets & big hammer a basic tool set it's all pretty straight forward....

Response From member101

Vinaka vakalevu from Fiji

You welcome here anytime Sidom.

Have a great day

/// Moce Mada//

'03 Kia Rio knock sounds

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Question From member101 on '03 Kia Rio knock sounds

Hi

Just changed the right lower control arm in the front suspension at dealers garage. Kia rio 2003 model. 120000km timed. However after a week of driving i noticed an annoying sound that comes only at low speeds and appears to be from suspension or front. Its nothing to do with the wheels.

Its hard to describe: It single click sound that comes the moment the vehicle slows after it lunges forward or backward with acceleration or deceleration of the gears. Its a manual transmission. But it is most audible at slow speeds of under 20km p hour.

I am at my wits end trying to figure out what it is: as i have changed almost all bushings in suspension. Including Tension rod bushind, control bar bushings and now the lower control arm bushings. What could it be?

Would be greatly appreciated if you can point me in the right direction now. Thanks alot in advance.

(edit to just change subject line)

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I wouldn't exclude wheels quite yet as it only happens when moving.


Guess: It could be brake pads moving as a maybe. If they can move (cool/cold) forward and backward by hand in their spots there could be broken or missing clips and anti-rattle parts that control noises with them??

T

grinding scraping and knocking noise Hyundai

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Question From sasv83 on grinding scraping and knocking noise Hyundai

Hi I have a 2008 Hyundai Accent GLS car with about 97k miles. I am having a lot of trouble with my car...a week ago I noticed that my car made a pinging sound when I accelerated. I switched to a higher octane of gas thinking that it would be a temporary fix for a leaky fuel injector. Then today the car started to knock and ping, there was a loud scraping noise, and the brakes seem like they were harder to operate. Do you have any ideas of what this could be? Any advice would be very helpful. Thanks! Also, I recently had my timing belt and water pump replaced.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I think something failed with the timing belt job and you should have that checked asap. Brakes more difficult is probably a side effect of low vacuum assist power due to low intake manifold vacuum. When that's wrong the engine just doesn't know what to do.
Hurry and have the belt/pump work checked out,


T

Response From sasv83

Thanks for your advice. It turns out that it was the control arm. I'm glad that I didn't drive it further than around the corner to the auto mechanic or else my wheels might have come completely off!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Glad it's fixed. The moral of this story is that noises are difficult to describe vs on-sight inspection by tech. Words used naturally differ as well.


When a tech hears of complaint of "knock" or "ping" at least speaking for myself it leads me to engine knocks and pings as in fuel firing all wrong at the wrong time not a suspension component!


Noises are warnings never to be ignored as it's chiefly unknown if just an annoyance or a serious safety issue as this seems to have been and would have suggested not to drive this at all!


Did you get an explanation as to what the problem was with this control arm? Worn out, left loose or broken in some way?


If that was plain wear over time and use I am surprised there wasn't more warning or that it was noticed a lot sooner,


T

Response From sasv83 Top Rated Answer

Yeah I do not know a lot about cars but thought it was the engine too. I am glad it isn't and will be a lot cheaper to fix (our mechanic is charging us $250). I don't know why the control arm went bad, but I live in New York State and there has been a lot of snow and salt this year. It's been making a bell like sound when accelerating and then last week all of a sudden it turned to a crunching, squeaking and knocking noise and also sounded like something was dragging. I also saw that Kia/Hyundai recalled the control arms on the Tiburon minivan. Maybe the other models are having the same problem, I don't know. Thanks so much for giving suggestions. I like sites like this so that I can figure out what might be wrong with stuff since I do not know much about it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

From inland Mass. so no stranger to rust issues usually first noticed as we know as ugly body metal rust showing but definitely causes real harm to structural metals as well and can quickly.


Now I suggest if one side did this how carefully was the other side checked out? Guess this should be on your list of things to check or have checked to be ahead of such problems. Brands don't seem to matter all the time just some seem to fare better than others up to generating recalls as losing wheels and total control of a vehicle is wildly dangerous made worse as it can happen by total surprise!


Do learn and enjoy learning from sites such as this. This particular site is free to use and a volunteer site from regulars likely to reply to you.


All the suggestions and even pics are inadequate compared to plain looking at and inspecting something in person, extent of rust and how important will vary.


If it moves you have to pay attention. Good luck,


Tom

2001 Kia Sportage EX - Center link holding tie rods keep breaking

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Question From ann541 on 2001 Kia Sportage EX - Center link holding tie rods keep breaking

About 2 months ago as I was driving down the road and made a turn, I heard a crack in my front end. It then started to shake uncontrollably. I had it towed to the garage and it ended up being the center link that holds the tie rods. They replaced it and the tie rods and everthing appeared fine for about 3 weeks when it happened again. This time it was on the other side. Again, they replaced and since then I have had to tow it in 2 more times for the same thing, making it a toal of 4 times so far. I just got it back again and I am sure there has to be something else causing pressure on that piece. The mechanics could not find anything and they even had the Kia Specialist on the phone who could not provide and reason for it. The steering to me does not feel the same as it used to. It feels as though it is looser than before this all happened. I just don't know what it is but I know it will happen again and I am afraid to drive my car anymore. Could it be the axle??? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Response From ann541 Top Rated Answer

Yes, we do have some rough roads where I live but I haven't had any problems like this for years. Since I have had my car in the shop for this same problem 4 times in the last 2 1/2 months, I tend to think there is some other cause that is making that control arm break. I just have a hard time believing that the same part is faulty each time. Could there be anything with the steering that could cause pressure? It seems that the steering is looser than it was before all this happened, especially when I am turning. I really believe that it will break again soon but they are saying they can't find anything wrong.

Response From Discretesignals

I am sure they asked you this, but do you have rough roads where you drive or does this see a lot of off roading?

Looking at the picture of the center link itself, it looks pretty chintzy. The answer to why the link broke actually lies in the link itself. They should be able to look at the place where the link snapped and tell if it was a casting defect or if it was over stressed.