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Chevrolet Impala Parts - Front Suspension

OER Parts offers a wide selection of Front Suspension for your Chevrolet Impala. OER Parts offers Chevrolet Impala Ball Joints, Chevrolet Impala Bushings, Chevrolet Impala Control Arms, Chevrolet Impala Conversion Kits, Chevrolet Impala Front End Rebuild Kits, Chevrolet Impala Spindles - OE, Chevrolet Impala Spindles - Performance, Chevrolet Impala Torsion Bar, and Chevrolet Impala Tubular Control Arms.


 GM; Lower Control Arm Bushing; Passenger Car and Truck
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 Chevrolet Impala Front End Rebuild Kit
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    Chevrolet Impala nearly everything you need to fully rebuild a worn out front end. The kit includes a
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 Chevrolet; Pontiac; Control Arm Bumper; Rubber; Various Models
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    Reproduction of the original control arm bumper designed for use on various GM models. Each bumper is manufactured
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 Impala/Full Size Passenger Car; Center Link
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    Reproduction drag link/center link for Chevrolet Impala/full size models as listed. Includes hardware. Full
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 Impala, Caprice, Bel Air; Lower Tubular Control Arms; Pair
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 Tubular Control Arm Set - Black
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 Impala, Caprice, Bel Air; Upper Tubular Control Arms; Pair
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 Impala, Bel Air, Biscayne, Caprice; Lower Control Arm Bushing; Front
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 Chevrolet; Lower Ball Joint with Hardware; Various Applications
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    Control arm ball joints take a beating over the years and often cause "slop" in your front end, creating dangerous
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 GM; Upper Control Arm Bumper; Each
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    Quality reproduction of the original upper control arm bumper designed for use with various General Motors
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 GM; Upper Control Arm Bushing; Buick, Chevy, Olds, Pontiac
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 Full Size Chevy; Upper Ball Joint; with Hardware; RH or LH
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Spindle Nut & Cotter Pin
  • 3/4" w//16" hex head spindle nut and plated 1/8" x /2" cotter pin for securing drum or rotor to spindle. Kit contains one nut and one cotter pin. 2 kits required per vehicle. Applications: Buick: Regal

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Front Suspension Control Arm Problems of Chevrolet Impala

1 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 10/14/

The contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that while driving at 35 - 40 mph, the vehicle was vibrating and jumping. The contact drove to his brother's residence to inspect the failure. The contact removed the front passenger side tire and wheel and upon removing the hub, the engine moved. The contact self-diagnosed that the front lower control arm was fractured. The contact was able to drive to his residence after. The vehicle was not repaired. The dealer and manufacturer were not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately ,

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2 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 07/01/

On my front lower control arms the bracket that attaches to the frame and the control arm itself has snapped completely off on my front passenger side and you can tell that the weld that was previously holding it onto the frame itself was a weak point in the whole cross member front k frame and I found it very dangerous I have no clue on how to fix this and was wondering if you guys had a recall on it and are willing to fix it this is a big problem and very dangerous I know that I cannot have it rewelded on I do not know what to do and almost killed me as I was driving.

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3 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 06/10/

When first purchased I had to change accelerator petal. When I took it to the shop I was told they get a lot of people w Impalas same as my year that needed to have the accelerator petal changed every so often because they would go out and it would cause the check engine light to go on and off because the vehicle was sending the wrong signals. I would drive on the highway and street it would cause reduced engine to come on and slow my car down almost leading into accidents because I did not know it was about to happen. It would come and go on as it wanted. The electrical part of the car is something in the car continues to drain my battery. Ive gotten a new battery and it still drains causing me to have to get it recharged. The suspension I was also told for the year of my car is bad. When purchased I found out that again people that purchased these years of vehicles had problems with the control arms and that I now have to take it to get fixed because one hit to a pot hole can cause the under part of the car to break and cause a bad accident. I did not know Impalas had this many problems. I seen the police Impalas for were recalled for suspension, but they all seem to share this common problem as well as the actuator continuously clicking. It seems to be an easy fix, but I shouldn't have to fix something that is a common problem for the Impalas.

4 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 01/12/

While driving at no more than 65 mph on the freeway the control arm gave out and it caused loss of control. Then it hit the barrier wall and the 2 tire on the driver side blew on contact. Towed to mechanic and they said that the tie rods also went out. The brakes and shocks and struts were new and it is regularly in the shop for diagnostics and repairs. This is inexcusable and this vehicle needs to be completely recalled and taken out of circulation.

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5 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 10/19/

The lower control arms for my chevy Impala lt were never replaced in thr recall. The recall states that if they brake while driving can cause damage ,injury or death, 2nd owner never got recall notice.

6 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 10/12/

Takata recall I was getting so work done to my car,oil change the mechanic noticed my tires were shaking he told me it was my ball joints,and rack and pinion ,power steering leaking all of this came from my control arms ,it's all connected to the ball joints.

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7 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 08/31/

Tl the contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. While driving approximately 50 mph, the front driver side control arm failed. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic where the lug nuts were replaced on the front driver's side tire, but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and provided the contact with case number: The dealer was not contacted. The failure mileage was unknown.

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8 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 11/05/

The contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that she took her vehicle to an independent mechanic to have some other work done when it was discovered that the front driver and passenger control arms were fractured without warning. The vehicle was repaired. The local dealer was not contacted. The contact attempted to call the manufacturer; however, the automated system continued to disconnect her. The vehicle was not included in NHTSA campaign number: 12v (suspension) due to the fact that it was not a police vehicle. The failure mileage was approximately ,

9 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 12/12/

Aluminum sub-frame fractured on left side driver. (control arm). Realized when repairing tie rods. Have been recalls (v) involving police vehicles, but I guess civilian safety isn't a priority. I do understand wear, but this is a faulty design, which caused the issue.

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10 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 07/20/

Tl-the contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that while driving 20 mph, he heard an abnormal noise from the front of the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who diagnosed that the front passenger and driver lower control arms and pinions needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 62, Lb.

11 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 05/13/

I have a chevy Impala and during an inspection found out that the clunk I started hearing 2 weeks ago was due to a front aluminum sub-frame control arm mount that broke. The car had a safety recall on it (recall 12v) for front control arms, which were replaced, but the new control arms are defective also, causing them to become misaligned inside the sub-frame control arm mounts, which subsequently rubbed and wore the aluminum sub-frame control arm mounts to the point where it broke. I do have pictures of this. The front bushing is a vertical bushing design from gm that has been noted for a very high and repeated failure rate, not just on the w-body cars but also on many delta platform cars such as chevy cobalt and hhr, pontiac g5, Saturn ion. I contacted chevy and they refuse to listen to it, even tho this car only has 78k miles on it, and is only 4 years 1 month old, they declined warranty. It is very dangerous as the entire wheel control arm mounts broke away from the rest of the frame. And it is due to the second set of defective controls arms in just 78k miles. Any Impala owner should go check this immediately as it can be a deadly defect that gm is declining to know about. It also affects other gm and newer w-body cars: pontiac grand prix, Buick lacrosse, chevy Impala and monte carlo. The issue is, this type of bushing used by gm for many years on many models is known to have very high failure, and with steel control arm mounts, it didn't damage the mounts/sub-frame unless left for a very long time, but now with the aluminum sub-frame, when the bushing goes bad, the outer steel part of the bushing wears away into the soft aluminum control arm mount on the sub-frame very quickly, and may go unnoticed by the driver until it breaks, which can cause loss of control of the vehicle, which may lead to a crash, causing bodily harm or even a fatality.

12 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 05/12/

Control arm - l& r - o/a may 19, backing out of my driveway and turning steering wheel I heard a grinding noise; made a left turn heard it again. I took the car to the place where I bought it. Told the svc. Manager about the problem; I don't know if anybody test drove it or just looked under the car; he didn't find any problems. A month later it started acting again with the strange noise; I took it to a different 'certified chev dealer'. A tech rode with me and heard the noise immediately; appoint was made immediately; supposedly repaired. . . I drove it another month. Then the same noise started on the right side; took it back to the same dealer. Once again 'control arm', supposedly repaired . . . Wrong !!!! now 8/04/15, turning the wheel again, the same grinding noise started. I want to take it back to the last shop but first I want in put from your office. The car has only miles.

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13 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 07/22/

I take a left hand turn I hear cracking; backing up I hear cracking; like the front axle is falling apart. There is a control arm recall but not on my car just police cars. The issue with my car sounds like the police issue car. I am kinda of scared pulling out into traffic scary, twice I have had the traction control come on and say it needs service; but when you shut the car off light doesn't come back on. It drives funny as well do not feel safe anymore.

14 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 07/04/

While driving heard a loud clunking sound as I turn the steering wheel. Upon inspection, right hand lower control arm bushing found to be defective. Using NHTSA database found recall on only police vehicles and cannot get answer why only those vehicles were recalled and not mine.

15 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 11/07/

I have not had an accident yet, but I continue to have an issue with the control arm. I have received numerous letters from my insurance company regarding this issue but none from gm. The only correspondence I have received is the recall regarding the seat belt. It is my understanding that a broken control arm can result in a collision/fatality. I am a mother of four and this is my only vehicle. I have called gm customer service twice and I am told that my car is not under this recall. I am not understanding why. I would like this issue to be repaired free of charge.

16 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 07/13/

Cpsc: ia. Chevrolet Impala. Consumer stated that he has contacted the dealer to inform them he had a broken control arm, after finding out several others had the same issue.

17 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 06/14/

The contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. The contact and the dealer stated that the lower control arm failure caused the sub frame to crack. The contact spoke with the manufacturer in regards to NHTSA recall campaign id number: 12v (suspension), but was told that the vehicle was not included. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 79,

18 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 01/13/

The contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. While driving approximately 55 mph, the vehicle began to vibrate uncontrollably without warning. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that both front lower control arms failed and needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The VIN was not included in NHTSA campaign number: 12v (suspension). The approximate failure mileage was 88,

19 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 08/21/

Tl-the contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. The contact owns a three of the same model year vehicle and a Chevrolet Impala. The contact received recall notices NHTSA campaign id number : 12v suspension:front:control arm:lower arm, for all vehicles. The contact stated they were police vehicles, repairs had not been made because parts were ordered from dealer, but were not available. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The failure and current mileage were unknown. Yn.

20 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 06/24/

The contact owns a Chevrolet Impala. While driving approximately 35 mph the front end of the vehicle began to vibrate. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing where the technician stated that a front end alignment was needed. There was a recall under NHTSA campaign id number: 12v (suspension:front:control arm:lower arm) in which the contact believed was related to the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 33,

21 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 08/15/

A chevy Impala police package cruiser car came into our shop this morning . The complaint was of chirping tires sound around turns. Upon inspection we found that the right lower control arm has broken away from the bushing area. Causing the alignment to be off and the control arm to be unstable. This condition could have lead to a accident if gone undetected or resulted in loss of control during a high speed pursuit. This is the second vehicle to have this condition. We have grounded our fleet of cruisers so they can be brought in and inspected one at a time. We have found one additional car that the arm is cracked but not yet broken through. All of the defects have been on the right side upto now.

23 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 08/14/

The ball joints snapped in half, causing the front end to collapse. Consumer stated that the ball joints snapped once prior to the above incident mentioned. Manufacturer has been notified.

24 Front Suspension Control Arm problem of the Chevrolet Impala

Failure Date: 04/16/

Rear lower control arm failed prior to recall.


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Chevrolet Impala Wheel Alignment Specifications,
Suspension Adjustability Information,
and Recommended Alignment Type.


Impala

The Second and Third Generation Impala has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber and Caster are adjustable with OE shims at the upper control arm. (Illustration) The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala models HERE

Impala

The Fourth Generation Impala has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber is adjustable with an eccentric cam at the lower control arm. (Illustration) Caster is adjustable with a forward strut rod attached to the lower control arm. (Illustration) The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala models HERE

Impala

The Fifth Generation Impala has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber and Caster are adjustable with OE shims at the upper control arm. (Illustration) The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala models HERE

Impala (includes Caprice models)

The Sixth Generation Impala has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber and Caster are adjustable with OE shims at the upper control arm. (Illustration) The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala/Caprice models HERE

Impala SS (includes Caprice models)

The Seventh Generation Impala has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber and Caster are adjustable with OE shims at the upper control arm. (Illustration) The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala/Caprice models HERE

Impala

The Eighth Generation Impala (FWD) has a MacPherson strut front suspension which is adjustable for Camber only. (Illustration) The rear independent strut suspension is fully adjustable for Camber (Illustration), and Toe (Illustration) The recommended alignment type is FOUR WHEEL. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala models HERE

Impala (includes Impala Limited)

The Ninth Generation Impala (FWD) has a MacPherson strut front suspension which is adjustable for Camber only. (Illustration) The rear independent strut suspension is fully adjustable for Camber (Illustration), and Toe (Illustration) The recommended alignment type is FOUR WHEEL. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala models HERE

Impala (Vin 1)

The Tenth Generation Impala has a MacPherson strut front suspension which is adjustable for Camber only. (Illustration) The rear independent multi-link suspension is fully adjustable for Camber (Illustration), and Toe (Illustration) The recommended alignment type is FOUR WHEEL. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Impala models HERE

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