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Front Lower Control Arm for Proton Waja, Gen 2, Persona

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Front Lower Control Arm for Proton Waja, Gen 2, Persona

Application: 

  • Proton Waja / Impian (2000 - 2011)
  • Proton Gen-2 (2004 - 2011)
  • Proton Persona (2007 - 2016)

Part Number:

  • PW820083 or Equivalent (Right Hand Side)
  • PW820084 or Equivalent (Left Hand Side)

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RM70.00 tax excl.

-RM10.00

RM80.00 tax excl.

RM70.00 per side

  • Front- Right Hand Side
  • Front- Left Hand Side

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Front Lower Control Arm for Proton Waja, Gen 2, Persona

Application: 

  • Proton Waja / Impian (2000 - 2011)
  • Proton Gen-2 (2004 - 2011)
  • Proton Persona (2007 - 2016)

Part Number:

  • PW820083 or Equivalent (Right Hand Side)
  • PW820084 or Equivalent (Left Hand Side)

Note:

  • Lower arm bush is included.
  • Please note that the product comes with Left Hand Side and Right Hand Side variations. Please ensure the product position has been chosen correctly when placing the order.
  • Price quoted for only 1 side.
  • We provide 12 weeks Warranty against manufacturing and material defect. Buyer shall responsible for shipping charges for returns. Once the returned item is received and inspected, 100% of the product purchased price will be refunded within 3 working days. The refund does NOT include outgoing shipping charge.
  • The control arms on a vehicle are very important suspension component, as they are the component that links the spindle, hubs, and therefore wheel to the vehicle’s chassis. When they become worn it can cause problems for the vehicle that may compromise handling, comfort, and safety.
  • Symptoms of bad control arm include:
    • Steering wheel vibration- If the bushings or ball joints in the control arm become excessively worn it can cause wheel shimmy, which may cause vibrations that may be felt in the wheel. The vibrations may increase as you accelerate and smoothed out once you are traveling at speed.
    • Steering wandering- Excessively worn ball joints or bushings can cause the vehicle’s steering alignment to shift, which may cause the steering to pull to the left or right when traveling down the road. This will require a constant correction from the driver in order to steer the vehicle straight.
    • Clunking noises- If the bushings or ball joints develop excessive play or looseness, this can cause them to knock during takeoff, or when the vehicle is traveling over rough terrain.
  • Product shape / configuration as shown in Photos, however the colors may vary depending on production batch and materials composition.

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