The Cadillac control arm helps in the suspension and steering of your vehicle, helping to keep the vehicle stable as you drive. There are two positioned at each wheel, an upper and lower Cadillac control arm. At each pivot point, the Cadillac control arm has a rubber bushing, which protects the Cadillac control arm from damage as it moves against other suspension components, as well as absorbing some of the vibration of the road as your vehicle travels. The Cadillac control arm works with other components to keep the steering of your vehicle agile and the handling smooth and controlled by helping to keep the front end tight and in good alignment. The suspension system needs the assistance of the Cadillac control arm to absorb the impact of bumps and uneven surfaces, keeping the vehicle stable and easily controlled over these surfaces while providing a smoother ride for vehicle passengers. The work of the Cadillac control arm, in cooperation with other suspension components, helps to insulate the vehicle from the stress of the road vibration, preventing much of the wear it can cause to the body and other vehicle parts. The Cadillac control arm is a durable component, holding up under a great deal of punishment as you drive, performing its function reliably through it all. However, the control arm can become damaged from the force of a hitting a large hole or bump too fast, or its rubber bushings can wear away over time, leaving it vulnerable to damage as it operates. We carry a selection of Cadillac control arm replacements in our online catalog at great low prices. Ordering your Cadillac control arm replacement will be quick and easy whether you use our secure site or our toll-free phone line.