What can causes control arm bushes to break?
They connect the springs to your vehicle’s frame through an eye spring bolt. At CV & Propshaft Nelspruit we ensure that your shackle bushes are always in a perfect state to allow movement in the suspension.
- Stabilizer bar bushes
Stabilizer bushes are made to absorb bumps and reduce notice from your car. They also have rubber bushings that prevent your car from rolling over while you take a turn. They are located on the undercarriage of your car.
Shock bushes play an important role in the steering build-up process for cars. It allows the suspension system to move more freely.
This is the part that holds the engine of the car. If it happens to fail, the car will uncontrollably produce excessive noise, vibration, and misalignment.
What are the symptoms of a worn-out control arm?
- Clunking sounds
- Steering wander
- Uneven tire wear
Replacing a control arm