After 128K miles, the customer of this vehicle started experiencing steering wandering and clunking noises.
The control arms connect the car’s suspension to the actual vehicle frame. They are connected to the frame through a component called a bushing, while they attach to the suspension through the ball joint.
This allows the vehicle to turn its wheel and pivot, connecting the tire to the car’s suspension.
Notice where bushing is worn out on the old arm:
“Meyle HD goes further than the original OEM part by determining the root cause of failure and improving the design to make it more durable.”
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