Control Arms

Turn to Delphi for steering & suspension.

Our control arms and track control arms are the real deal. As a critical element of a vehicle’s design and an integral part of the suspension system, you've got to choose an OE quality control arm. That's why you can turn to Delphi for reliable steering & suspension parts.

Why should you trust Delphi for control arms? 

  • Our control arms undergo 100% crack detection and ultrasonic flaw detection tests to ensure materials match OE specifications.
  • Robot welded for consistent performance and quality.
  • Anti-corrosion protection applied to each part.
  • We test our parts to the extreme, from every angle, for reliable performance at temperatures below -40°F and over 248°F.
The Delphi Difference
Manufactured to OE specifications
Features single and double skin construction
Cataphoresis coating ensures durability
Pressed steel, forged in cast iron or aluminum
Robotic welding ensures quality and consistency

Turn to Delphi for imports.

In the US and Canadian aftermarket, we’re best known for our fuel management program, but in Europe we are one of the market leaders in steering and suspension. And of course, we’re known all over the globe for our rich OE heritage. Now we’re bringing our world-class steering portfolio to North America, and we’re focused on imports.

Applications include Acura, Audi, BMW, Daewoo, Fiat, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jaguar, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mini Cooper, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Saab, Scion, Smart, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo. So whether you’re a technician or a DIYer, you can trust Delphi steering & suspension parts for your European and Asian vehicles.










What Control Arms Do:  Help control the motion of the wheels and connect the suspension to the vehicle structure. 

When a Control Arm Fails: If a control arm comes loose or is bent, it can be dangerous to drive. This can happen after collisions, hitting pot holes or curbs, etc.

Why does my control arm look different on this car? 

Control arms can look very different from vehicle to vehicle. There are also multiple kinds of suspension systems for different types of vehicles and desired handling experiences. Here are the two most common for light-duty vehicles. Notice how the control arm shapes vary, even in different examples of the same system.



Above are examples of the Double Wishbone Suspension System, or Short-Long Arm Suspension (SLA).

Above is an example of the MacPherson Strut Suspension System.