Q: What part do I need replaced?

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I have a 1991 Acura Integra LS. Now there has been an issue with it where the wheel, we thought maybe it's a tie rod, or the control arm. The front passenger wheel apparently has "fallen off" in a way. Now the when the steering is messed with, the wheel itself turns, but it is not just considered very loose, but from what I believe I heard the tire will fall off. I am very confused as the control arm, if damaged the front wheel can separate from the lower suspension. However, used yourmechanic.com to learn more about the wheel bearing, and that seems like it's the target issue according to symptoms and description when I had done further research. But I would like to hear from you, for some advice

My car has 152000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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