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Nissan 300ZX Replacement Control Arm Information

Top-quality components are an important aspect of a performance car and contribute to its ability to hug those curves and last for years. One such vehicle is your Nissan 300ZX. People who want to get the maximum performance from their engine know that only top quality replacement parts should be installed. A car's performance is a composite of many factors including quality parts. Typically, Nissan 300ZX Control Arms are formed like a letter A; the narrower end attaches to the steering knuckle and the lower end attaches to the frame. Your Control Arm is a key component of your car's suspension system, for it attaches the steering knuckle to the Nissan's frame. The narrow end of the Control Arm fastens to the wheel via a ball joint while the wider end of the arm is fastened to your vehicle frame and turns on a bushing. When a Control Arm breaks, it is usually a good idea to have the opposite arm checked, as it may also require service. An important part of many vehicle suspension designs, your Control Arm is generally flat, shaped similar to a triangle and mounts to your chassis as well as your wheel.

Nissan 300ZX Control Arm They are available for the following Nissan 300ZX years: 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1986, 1985, 1984, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 86, 85, 84. This part is also sometimes called Nissan 300ZX Control Arms. We stock control arm parts for most Nissan models including Altima, Maxima, Murano, Sentra, Quest, Rogue, Pathfinder, 350Z, Frontier, Titan, Versa, Xterra, 240SX, Armada, D21, Pickup, Juke, Pathfinder Armada, Versa Note, 370Z, Cube, NV200, Rogue Select, Leaf, 200SX, X Trail, Rogue Sport, Pulsar NX, NV2500, 720, NX, NV3500, Stanza, Titan XD, 810, 620 and 620 Pickup.

We stock these Control Arm brands for the Nissan 300ZX: Genuine, Mevotech and Dorman.

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The control arm on your Nissan 300ZX has two separate pieces. There is an upper control arm and a lower control arm. It is also called the A-arm and is referred to by Wikipedia as "a hinged suspension link between the chassis and the suspension upright or hub that carries the wheel." An indication that you need to check your 300ZX front lower control arm or your 300ZX rear lower control arm is a knocking sound or a squeaking sound when you go over bumps in the road. Uneven tire wear and the vehicle's tendency to wander are also early warning signs that service or replacement of your 300ZX front suspension may be necessary. If you wait too long the lower control arm can become completely disconnected from the suspension, making your vehicle completely inoperable.


To determine if you want to only fix what is necessary on your front suspension or if you want to completely redo the front suspension depends on how long you want to keep your vehicle. You can follow some excellent forums to find out what parts make sense to change or replace together from other 300ZX owners. Forums can be a great help because you will find people that have the same vehicle as you do and may be experiencing the same challenges with their control arms, 300ZX front upper control arm bushings, or ball joints. With their help, you can ensure that your suspension won't give out because you didn't do a 300ZX lower control arm bushing replacement when it was needed.

Your Best Option

Your best option to replace the control arms, upper and lower and the bushing is to do the work yourself. The price of the parts is reasonable but you are likely to pay $250 for labor at a repair shop. This is a job that you can accomplish with the help of some great online videos. Videos that describe how to replace 300ZX rear control arm or more specifically, how to install 300ZX rear upper control arm are roughly 30 minutes long, so it shouldn't take you much time. There are also videos that you can find to describe in detail the replacement of the other suspension parts like bushings and ball joints. The only real challenge is making sure to keep your control arm replacement cost reasonable.

Suspension Kit Cost

The cost of the job is dependent on what exactly what parts you want to change. You can get the control arm separate or buy a complete suspension kit. The kit will generally include lower control arms, ball joints, and bushings to fix your suspension noise. When purchasing your parts beware of the brick and mortar giant auto part places, they also have a giant overhead to pay. Your best bet is to get your parts from an online parts supplier like We will help you get back on the road fast. We only sell auto parts online. We don't have giant overhead and that means savings for you.

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