Q: The lower control arms keep breaking the bushings, what could be the problem?

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I've had to replace the lower control arm bushings I would say within 3 months twice .what could be the problem, I mean I put the original bushings in, they are supposed to be good but they still they brake.

My car has 126347 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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