At Rolling Hills Honda, we operate a certified Honda service center in St. Joseph, MO that provides a lower control arm replacement as needed. More often than not, lower control arm replacements are completed for older-model Hondas that have accumulated significant mileage; however, there are certain driving factors that cause the control arms to wear faster.
If you notice a clunking noise when hitting bumps while driving, we invite you to stop in for a lower control arm inspection and replacement service as needed to restore peak suspension performance. We are conveniently located in St. Joseph, MO near Elwood, KS, and Savannah, MO.
The lower control arm connects the body of a vehicle to the frame and the front-wheel assembly. The lower control arm allows for the wheels to move up and down when driving over bumps or potholes. If the control arm has excessive wear, bending, or other damages, the vehicle is not safe to drive because they help the wheels remain in good traction with the road.
This means if you are experiencing any of the warning signs of a bad lower control arm, it is essential to schedule suspension service quickly to inspect and replace the lower control arm as needed for comfortable driving and enhanced passenger safety. Here are the telltale warning signs of a faulty lower control arm:
At Rolling Hills Honda, lower control arm replacement begins with a certified service center and a factory-trained service technician. The lower control arm is removed and a full inspection of the steering and suspension components is completed including the shocks and struts and CV boot & axle. The factory-trained technician then installs the Honda OEM lower control arm and bushing as needed to restore factory specifications. If we find another defective suspension component, such as the ball joint, that needs maintenance or repair, we can also complete that quickly and conveniently to get you back on the road with a suspension ready to deliver comfortable driving for many more miles to come.