Location : Front, Driver Or Passenger Side, LowerNotes : With X Factor Technology; With HardwareType : GreasableQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Lifetime Mevotech limited warrantyProp 65 Warning : Cancer and/or Reproductive Harm. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description.
Location : Front, Driver And Passenger Side, LowerNotes : Kit components - 2 Ball Joints; With X Factor Technology; With HardwareType : GreasableQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : Lifetime Mevotech limited warrantyProp 65 Warning : Cancer and/or Reproductive Harm. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description.
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Helpful Automotive Resources
November 27, 2019
How to Replace a Front Lower Control ArmShould you decide to tackle the job yourself, expect to pay anywhere from approximately $50 to $100 for a new control arm. Once again, if you’ve got a fancy car, the cost may be higher.
What Tools Do You Need to Replace Your Front Lower Control Arm?
November 26, 2019
How to Diagnose a Faulty Control ArmThere are a variety of ways you can check the control arms, control arm bushings, and ball joints for wear. Obviously, you’ll need to raise and support the vehicle safely to perform most of these inspections. And don’t forget to put on your safety glasses.
UAW-FCA Agreement Confirms Release of Ram Rebel TRXAlso getting a huge budget is the Warren Truck Assembly Plant at $2.8 billion, where the next Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, including their PHEV variants, will be built in 2021. The same assembly plant will also continue its work on the Ram 1500 and could grow its workforce by 1,500
February 19, 2020
U.S. Automakers Confident Coronavirus Won’t Affect Car SupplyKia, meanwhile, said through its Director of Corporate Communications James Bell that it has “encountered no disruption in sales or availability [in the U.S.]” despite some of its plants in China and South Korea being impacted by the current situation.
According to General Motors, the vehicles they build in China