Q: What are FUCA Bushings? I’m told the Rearward and Forward are worn and need replacing...?

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What are FUCA Bushings? I’m told the Rearward and Forward are worn and need replacing...?

My car has 113000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

From the description you give FUCA means front upper control arm bushings. The control arm has a front and rearward bushing.

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