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2009 Jaguar XF Suspension Control Arm Eurospare - with Bushings

P311-4D37865    W0133-1893603  New

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Eurospare Suspension Control Arm
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  • with Bushings
  • Front Lower Front
Brand: Eurospare
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2009 - Jaguar XF
Delphi
2013 Jaguar XFR Suspension Control Arm Delphi - with Bushings

P311-4A7A75E    W0133-1893603  New

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Delphi Suspension Control Arm
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2013 - Jaguar XFR
Eurospare
2013 Jaguar XF Suspension Control Arm Eurospare - with Bushings

P311-4D37865    W0133-1893603  New

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2013 - Jaguar XF Supercharged
Eurospare
2015 Jaguar XFR Suspension Control Arm Eurospare - with Bushings

P311-4D37865    W0133-1893603  New

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1998 Mazda B4000 Suspension Control Arm TRW

P311-5B4D67B    W0133-1897516  New

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1998 - Mazda B4000 RWD Torsion Bar
TRW
2005 Mazda B4000 Suspension Control Arm TRW

P311-5B4D67B    W0133-1897516  New

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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
2008 Saturn Aura Suspension Control Arm Dorman - w/Ball Joint & Bushing

P311-5823C6A    W0133-2082191  New

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Dorman
2008 Mercury Mariner Suspension Control Arm Dorman - with Ball Joint

P311-364B8E7    W0133-1854836  New

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Dorman Suspension Control Arm
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2008 - Mercury Mariner
Dorman
2005 Ford Escape Suspension Control Arm Dorman - with Ball Joint

P311-4CD124E    W0133-1837432  New

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Dorman Suspension Control Arm
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TRW
2005 Ford Escape Suspension Control Arm TRW - with Ball Joint

P311-042C4E5    W0133-1837432  New

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Dorman
2010 Ford Escape Suspension Control Arm Dorman - with Ball Joint

P311-4CD124E    W0133-1837432  New

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Dorman Suspension Control Arm
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2010 - Ford Escape
TRW
2008 Mercury Mariner Suspension Control Arm TRW - with Ball Joint

P311-042C4E5    W0133-1837432  New

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$100.53
TRW Suspension Control Arm
  • 3/36 Warranty
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Latest Control Arm Repair and Installation Advice

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control arm shaft removal

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Question From biil9 on control arm shaft removal

i have a tubular upper control arm for an 89 mustang. i took off the bronze nuts on each end but i am not sure what the best method is to remove the control arm shaft. the shaft turns freely by hand. any help would be appreciated. thank you.

barry

Response From Hammer Time

The bushings have to be pressed out the remove the shaft from the control arm.

Response From Discretesignals

That's funny. The foxes didn't have a control arm shafts in the lower control arms. The lower control arm has two bolts with nuts that slide through the frame and the bushings on the control arms to hold it in place. Doesn't have an upper because the fox uses front struts. I have one sitting in the garage as I type this.

Must have some sort of front end modification done on it.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

He did specify upper.

Response From Discretesignals

If he stated upper, then his must be really special because that fox doesn't use upper control arms.


Response From Hammer Time

1979-1993 Mustang :: Control Arms





http://www.ebay.com/itm/FORD-MUSTANG-2-II-TUBULAR-CONTROL-ARMS-UPPER-AND-LOWER-/290672309193?hash=item43ad6b73c9&item=290672309193&pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&vxp=mtr

Response From biil9

ok. i'll take them to my mechanic. thank you.

2000 Sunfire control arm

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Question From don on 2000 Sunfire control arm

Does anyone know if you can replace the rear lower control arm bushing ( looks like a hockey puck ) on the front suspension of a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire without removing the whole lower control arm out of the car?

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

No...

To my knowledge the control arm has to be removed and inserted into a vice and a special bushing remover/installer tool is needed.

click here....

Control Arms Pontiac G6

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Question From nbttr2002 on Control Arms Pontiac G6

I have to replace the control arms on my Pontiac G6 2006. Does anyone know how to do it? Pictures and diagrams would be nice.
Thanks for your help!

Response From Hammer Time

Front or rear?

Response From nbttr2002 Top Rated Answer

Front control arms

Response From Hammer Time

Here ya go

'87 S10 2wd lower control arm bushings

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Question From Guest on '87 S10 2wd lower control arm bushings

I just finished replacing totality shot upper control arm bushings. Is there any way to see or test if lower control arm bushings need to be replaced? Wheel off ground does not move when shaken like it did before upper replacement. Vehicle has 290K miles on it.

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Lower control arm bushings are a little tougher to check because they will always have some tension (load) from the spring applied.
The best way I’ve found is with the wheels and control arms hanging free in the air (vehicle lifted by the frame);try with a pry bar to move the control arm.
If there is any movement, other then the stretch of the rubber bushing; replace it.
Also look very close to where the through bolt(s) goes through the bushing; it should look centered in the rubber; along with no cracks or splits in the rubber of the bushing.

Dan.

Replaced lower control arm/ball joint now have issue...

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Question From Guest on Replaced lower control arm/ball joint now have issue...

Last Thursday my ball joint (lower control arm) broke on the passenger side of my 1997 Eagle Talon ESI 2.0 DOHC. I replaced the control arm on Saturday and with a great deal of nervousness have been driving it Sunday and today (this was my first control arm replacement).

The car rides perfect! Better than it did when I bought it. But for some reason whenever I turn the car to the right there is a growl, a very distinct growl, which appears to emanate from the driver side of the car. Six months ago I had the driver's side lower control arm/ball joint replaced by a professional so I'm pretty sure that I'm ok on ball joints and control arms.

Does anybody have any ideas as to what could be causing the growl?

130,000 miles.

Response From Carcrazy1

Make sure that whenever you go for a replacement of any part the wheel alingnment has also to be checked.

It takes a few minuites but it will be flawless

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Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

The symptoms suggest a left front wheel bearing. Of course, check the brakes, first.