Control ArmsYour ability to navigate rough terrain is partly due to your car's control arms. Your wheels and car frame are connected by your control arms, which provide suspension benefits to your vehicle.
When your car hits the 90,000-mile mark, there may come a time when you need to replace your control arms. At Porter's Garage, our mechanics can repair and replace control arms on all major car brands and models. Contact us today to discuss our services!
Do I Need New Control Arms?While the 90,000-mile mark is a good time to consider inspecting your control arms, you need to remain aware of the following signs of potential issues:
1. Your car produces large banging noises when you hit rough terrain or a bump.
2. Your steering wheel vibrates while driving.
3. There is uneven wearing developing on your car's tires.
If you experience any of the above problems, contact us immediately.