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  • Writer's pictureHannah Tesla

Most likely part for Maintenance replacement


We've seen tons of Tesla's come in our shop and the one most common issue for Model 3's and Y's between 40k-60k miles is worn lower control arm bushings. Tesla's lower control arm bushings help with steering feedback and you can usually have a hint when your's is worn by having sloppy steering feedback. When the bushing is completely torn, it will start to make some clunking/squeaking sounds.



Watch this video below to see it in detail. We always recommend replacing with Mountain Pass Performance Lower Control Arm Bearings. It has sealed spherical bearings to deliver a more responsive steering feel, increased stability and enhanced overall connection to the road. There is No noise or wear unlike other brands using spherical rod ends and gives massive improvement to turn-in response and front end feeling.

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