Shop Volvo S60 Replacement Control Arm
Volvo boasts a history of innovative style that consistently stays contemporary, and the appearance is supported by economical performance. When in need of quality and superior performance, vehicle buyers can't go wrong with a car made by Volvo. Would it make sense to expend a large sum on a beautiful, stylish luxury vehicle, only to be a skinflint with new auto parts? Comfort-optimized sedans such as the plush Volvo S60 are meant to be made use of with care and attention and then given needed maintenance. To maintain the resale value and luxury you bought with your Volvo S60, it's crucial to use only the best names in high-performance auto parts. The Volvo in your carport was made with the highest care and expertise; it should get new parts with a similar top level of reliability. The Volvo S60 Control Arm is a key part of your car's suspension, as it mates the steering knuckle to the Volvo's frame. The slim end of the Volvo S60 Control Arm connects to your wheel in a ball joint while the wider end of the arm connects to the car chassis and pivots on a bushing. When a Volvo S60 Control Arm breaks, it is generally a good idea to get the cross-side arm inspected, for it may need service. Your car or truck is outstanding because of its excellent performance and awesome style, and to have it purring along in its best condition you'll want the acme in replacement parts and accessories. Excellent capacity and performance come from great components and accessories. Our parts and customer service give you an excellent combination of great price, availability and first-rate quality. No one can give you a better selection of Volvo aftermarket accessories. When there are any concerns about our accessories, our customer support team members can be reached by telephone or by e-mail - with the usual first-rate customer service!
We stock these Control Arm brands for the Volvo S60: ReplacementDormanProfessional Parts SwedenLemfoerderMoogSKPAPITRQBrockAC DelcoDetroit Axle
Control Arms available for the following Volvo S60 years: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01. This part is also sometimes called Volvo S60 Control Arms. We stock control arm parts for most Volvo models including XC90, V70, S40, S80, 850, S70, XC70, C70, V50, 960, 240, C30, S90, V40, XC60, 244, 740, 940, 245, V90, 242, V60 Cross Country, V60, 264, DL, 760, 780, 262, 265, GLE and 745.
Research on Control Arm for Volvo S60
Your Volvo S60 relies on the control arms for a smooth ride and wheel alignment. If something happens to one of them, you could find that driving becomes more difficult and rough. Wandering tracking and noises from your tires especially when you go over bumps in the road may be subtle signs that it's time to take a look at your control arms to see if you need new Volvo S60 control arm bushings, new ball joints, or new arm assemblies.
What are Control Arms?
The control arms are located on each wheel and move up and down in response to the vertical motion of the tires. Because the control arms move this way, they can lessen some of the roughness in your ride. The control arms are attachments that provide a bridge between your wheels and suspension. Cushion-filled bushings are located at one end to absorb some of the vibrations from your tires going over the road, and ball joints are at the far end of the arms so the wheel can move freely. Though you can have just a Volvo S60 ball joint replacement or install only new bushings, sometimes it's faster and cheaper just to install a completely new control arm and replace all the parts at once. This option may save you time and money in the future because if you only replace the bushings, you may still have to install new ball joints next year, and install a new control arm the following year.
Volvo S60 Control Arm Recall
Certain 2004 Volvo S60 had improperly manufactured front control arms. The problem with these arms was the nut that held the arm to the spindle. At first, drivers may experience loose steering, but as the problem worsens, the control arm could completely separate on one end, which would cause a vehicle in motion to lose control. Check with your Volvo dealer to see if your S60 was a part of this recall. If it is, the dealer will replace the faulty nut, which will solve the issue of the control arm potentially becoming loose.
Cost for a Volvo S60 Control Arm Replacement
If you need to replace the entire control arm, it will likely be more than the Volvo S60 control arm busing replacement cost. Sometimes, the bushings are replaced on their own, but often, if you need new bushings and new ball joints, it may just be better to replace the entire control arm assembly. For a 2004 front lower left control arm, you can expect to pay between $200 and $267 for the job. The variations depend on where you take your Volvo for repairs. Some places will charge more than others to cover higher labor costs.
Taking Control Over Control Arm Prices
When you have a dealer replace the control arm for you, you have little say in how much you pay, but if you buy your own part for your S60, you can save money on the replacement. Shop at PartsGeek.com for control arms, bushings, ball joints, or anything else your Volvo S60 suspension system might need. You can get all of your parts quickly and pay low prices for them.