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Nissan Titan Replacement Control Arm Information

Your Nissan Titan was intended to go along with your tough workload, and quality replacement parts are crucial to making the most of its engineering. No automobile boasts a heritage of durable engineering that compares with world renowned Nissan and their popularity is well deserved. When a problem develops or a system needs to be fixed, don't try to save money with a low-grade part. That Nissan Titan will reward you for installing efficiency-optimized car parts to come through with everything it's got. A Nissan Titan is able to surmount any mountain, but has got to have the highest quality replacement parts to get to where you're headed. You've got to purchase a vehicle brand that'll definitely endure for a long time and you can trust in a classic Nissan. It's a rough road, but the Nissan Titan was made to overcome any obstacle providing it is fitted with top quality aftermarket and OEM parts. Nissan is a company that endeavors to supply improved style and operation at an affordable price. When you want rock solid styling and tough engineering you need a quality vehicle from Nissan. When aggressive drivers want function and reliability they turn to vehicles crafted by Nissan. In certain parts of the United States, a tough vehicle is essential like the Nissan Titan. The Nissan Titan is a high-performance vehicle and it needs premium quality aftermarket and OEM parts. People who appreciate performance understand that only the highest quality parts should be used for repairs and maintenance. The slim end of the Nissan Titan Control Arm appends to your wheel with a ball joint while the wider end of the arm connects to your vehicle chassis and pivots on a bushing. If a single Nissan Titan Control Arm breaks, it is generally a good idea to get the opposite arm checked, for it too may require maintenance. An important aspect of many car suspension types, a Nissan Titan Control Arm is relatively flat, three-sided and mounts to the frame as well as the wheel. A Nissan Titan Control Arm is a crucial part of your car's suspension system, and it attaches the steering knuckle to your car or truck's frame. Most Nissan Titan Control Arms are formed like the letter A; the narrower end connects to the steering knuckle and the wider end connects to the frame. Any vehicle needs replacement parts every so often, so when it's time for maintenance or repair is the place to find all the parts you could need. A Nissan Titan needs to be preserved in top working order and maintained regularly; that means buying the best new or OEM auto parts.

Nissan Titan Control Arm They are available for the following Nissan Titan years: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 19, 18, 17, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04. This part is also sometimes called Nissan Titan Control Arms. We stock control arm parts for most Nissan models including Altima, Maxima, Murano, Sentra, Quest, Rogue, Pathfinder, 350Z, Frontier, Versa, Xterra, Armada, 240SX, 300ZX, D21, Pickup, Juke, Pathfinder Armada, Versa Note, 370Z, Cube, NV200, Rogue Select, Leaf, 200SX, X Trail, Rogue Sport, Pulsar NX, NV2500, 720, NX, Titan XD, NV3500, Stanza, 810, 620 and 620 Pickup.

We stock these Control Arm brands for the Nissan Titan: Dorman, Moog, Mevotech, API, DIY Solutions, SKP and AC Delco.

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A damaged control arm needs to be addressed as soon as it is noted to avoid further complications and damage to other parts of the suspension system. When a control arm wears out, the control and smoothness of a ride is degraded and there is a notable reduction in the quality of driving. To know if the control arm is the main issue, there is need to do an assessment. This is done by first lifting the car using a floor jack till the wheel is fully suspended in the air. You then place your hands on the wheel and push it. If you feel more of a wobble, then the control arm has a problem that needs to be addressed. It is always best to check for misalignment, bent wheels and tire wear first before concluding it is a control arm issue. If these have been frequently checked then it is probably the cause.

Signs of a faulty control arm

Premature wearing out of the front wheels.

Noise- A clunking noise may be heard when the car is going over bumps or potholes. A rattle or clunk may also be heard when the car is going around corners especially when it is moving at low speed.

Movement- Too much wheel movement beyond acceptable level is another clear sign of a faulty control arm. This is likened to the same symptoms of a bad CV joint or ball joint in some cases.

Steering wobble- When a car is driven at speeds between 45 and 60 miles per hour, wobbling of the steering wheel will indicate failure of the control arm. This is also similar to cases when the tracking and balancing is off and there is heavy wobbling in the steering wheel when driving.

Replacing a worn out control arm

Start by disconnecting the sway bar link from the suspension strut on both the driver and the passenger's side. Position the sway bar link away from the suspension strut assembly and detach the lower portion of the ball joint from the control arm. Press down the control arm to separate it from the ball joint and swing the ball joint from the control arm. Gently remove the frontal control arm bushing bolts, that are torque on very tight and require either a breaker bar or high torque impact driver to loosen. Remove the rear control arm bushing bolt after applying some penetrating oil to ease removal. Remove the nut securing the bolt. Pull the ball-joint end of the control arm from the steering knuckle, and then pull it out of the rear of the control arm away from the sub frame control arm bracket. Replace it with a new arm and ensure to transfer the front bushing's spacer from the old arm.

Nissan Titan Control Arm Replacement Costs

A Nissan Titan Control Arm Replacement Cost is estimated between $621 and $691. The labor is estimated between $264 and $333. The parts are estimated between $357 and $358. These costs are exclusive of taxes and fees vary depending on the location and other fees.

Nissan Titan recalls

The most recent recall for the Nissan Titan was on 24th December 2013 for improper weight and load rating on certification label. This could lead to tire failure and loss of vehicle control if the vehicle is loaded heavily. The Nissan Titan that was affected was the model manufactured in 2014.

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I bought both sides and the fit and fininsh was perfect. Just like original

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Worked perfectly. Perfect fitment. looks just like the original. Easy installation.

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