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Nissan Pathfinder Replacement Trailing Arm Information

Have you noticed that the suspension on your Nissan Pathfinder has become a little rough? If you have than it might be due to a crack or damaged trailing arm. If the trailing arm on your Nissan Pathfinder has become damaged, it is important to have it replaced. You should never drive your Nissan Pathfinder with a damaged trailing arm. The trailing arm is an important component of your suspension system. A trailing arm is a critical component of your Pathfinder's suspension system. Trailing arms, or links, as they are sometimes called, are connected to the rear axle on your Nissan Pathfinder. If you find that you need a replacement trailing arm for your vehicle, you do not have to pay the high dealer prices. Let the auto part experts at Geek Parts send you a lower cost replacement for your Nissan's trailing arm.

Nissan Pathfinder Trailing Arm They are available for the following Nissan Pathfinder years: 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96. This part is also sometimes called Nissan Pathfinder Trailing Arms. We stock trailing arm parts for most Nissan models including Altima, Maxima, 350Z, 370Z, Sentra, Murano and Quest.

We stock these Trailing Arm brands for the Nissan Pathfinder: Replacement, Dorman, Moog, DIY Solutions, SKP and AC Delco.

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Your vehicle's suspension has many components that keep it intact and stable. The trailing arm is an important part that connects the axle and a pivot point on the chassis of your SUV. It is able to pivot ahead of the wheel, at an angle that varies depending on imperfections in the road. You can therefore see how a problem with the trailing arm can drastically affect the ride. Like all suspension parts, it can be replaced to restore the vehicle to its original driving specifications.

When You Know There's a Problem

Similar to the Nissan Pathfinder rear control arm, the trailing arm can develop wear, bends, and cracks over time. You could lose complete control of the vehicle if the arm collapses, especially if you are on a highway or traveling at high speed in any situation. The trailing arm holds the shock and spring assembly where it is, and in a firm connection with the wheels. Its purpose of stability will certainly be lost, in the least of cases. A common problem is bad Nissan Pathfinder rear control arm bushings. Joining the axle and pivot point and absorbing shocks and vibrations, the rubber bushings can wear due to heat and strain. A torn bushing can affect steering response. You could lose control of the vehicle if the bushings completely fail. Signs to look out for before this happens include clunking noises during acceleration or braking, excessive tire wear, or if your steering feels lose when you turn a corner.

What Is a Control Arm in a Car?

Many vehicles have a control arm set, connecting the front suspension to the frame. The control arm is linked to the wheels on one side, via ball joints, and to the frame by bushings on the other side. Most of the time this part is found in the front end, but a few automobiles feature them in the rear as well. For those needing a lower control arm, Nissan Pathfinder owners will find rear upper and lower trailing arms for replacements.

Expected Repair Costs

Upper and lower trailing arm sets can often be found for around $100. That does not include the price of labor or other charges by your mechanic. The 1996 Nissan Pathfinder rear control arm bushings, for example, are inexpensive, coming it at under $20 if you can find a good deal. Pathfinder trailing arm bushings might not be a costly fix if you can get away with just replacing those, but they are important parts that keep your suspension intact. A single 2001 Nissan Pathfinder rear trailing arm may run in the $50 to $60 range. The actual final cost for repairs, however, really depends on your vehicle, location, and the shop's policies. One sure way you can save, though, is by shopping for automotive parts and accessories at, where we sell products exclusively online. This eliminates the overhead of a brick and mortar operation, allow us to pass the savings on to you.

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Reviewer: Bill M/good product

I received the part promptly & it fits appropriately as a replacement part. Although it has an added bracket not necessary for my year vehicle, it does not interfere with anything and is acceptable. Happy with price and results.

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I received this part promptly & it fits correctly on my vehicle. I am very satisfied with both the price & the results.

1997 Nissan Pathfinder Trailing Arm

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Reviewer: Bill M/good product

I received this part promptly & it fit properly into the vehicle. Although there is an extra bracket my vehicle does not require, it did not interfere with anything. I am satisfied with price & results.

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