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Q: Will a control arm from a 92 grand am fit for my 98 grand am

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Will the front passenger control arm of a 92 grand am fit on my 98 grand am
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Not unless they are the exact same part num...

Not unless they are the exact same part number. I do not see them being the same - especially since they are 6 years apart. The only way you can be sure is to check the part numbers on both or hold them right next to each other to see if they are identical.

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