Steering vibrations/wandering?

lower control arms ensure a smooth drive, sustained alignment, and damp braking when driving. lower control arms ensure a smooth drive, sustained alignment, and damp braking when driving.
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What is commonly called "Lower Arm", the Control Arms is an important assembly in your suspension system. When one or more of their bushings are bad, torn or worn, below are some of the symptoms you will experience:

  1. Steering vibrations
  2. Steering Wandering/pulling to the left or right
  3. Clunking and knocking noise during take-off, or when driving on rough terrain
  4. Forward oscillation or tugging of vehicle when braking
  5. Veering of steering wheel when braking

If you suspect that your vehicle’s control arms may be bad or worn, have your suspension inspected by an expert. You can schedule with jiffix at www.jiffix.com.ng OR call our service support line.

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