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  • Ioannes P. Nikolai
    Below are five common signs that your vehicle's control arms need replacing.
    • #1) Clunking Noise. One of the first things you'll notice when one or more of your vehicle's control arms goes bad is a clunking noise. ...
    • #2) Vehicle Pulling to the Side. ...
    • #3) Uneven Tread Wear. ...
    • #4) Vibrations When Driving. ...
    • #5) Visual Damage.
    14 ene 2019
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