The automaker is taking this step because of potentially faulty front lower control arms.
What does FLCA stand for?
FLCA stands for Front Lower Control Arm (automobile component)
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For example, the front lower control arm study has structural performance and weight equal to a world-class forged aluminum front lower control arm.
The Part The front lower control arm originally was designed by DaimlerChrysler as a steel stamping.
Front lower control arms are constructed of 4130 chrome moly steel in order to withstand off-road punishment.
Multimatic, together with the Auto/Steel Partnership project team conducting the study, was recognized for the excellent use of advanced high-strength steels in the development of three front lower control arm designs.
Dealers will inspect front lower control arm ball joints on those cars and replace any that may be subject to internal corrosion that could result in the ball joint eventually separating from the lower control arm.
Improved front lower control arm bushings help improve steering precision and feel giving drivers a new sense of control, especially under severe steering and braking maneuvers.