When your Oldsmobile Omega was born, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who prioritizes long-lasting quality in their automobile. Obviously, you didn't buy your Omega unless you understood you would be getting performance and a dash of luxury both impeccably combined into one car, truck, or SUV. Car aficionados know that good looks is built into each Oldsmobile, and understand that only the best replacement Omega parts will suffice when maintenance needs to be done. It's not a regular occurrence that you realize that you have to buy a replacement Pitman Arm to fix your car or truck.
If none of our cars or trucks had steering systems, then we'd all drive in a straight line. That would be very dull for Oldsmobile Omega owners, and it would also mean that a pitman arm wasn't necessary. Your pitman arm is located at the bottom of your steering gear box, and it transmits your turns on the steering wheel to the rest of the linkage components. While steering, the Oldsmobile Omega pitman arm turns along with the steering wheel; pushing the center link in the direction you want to turn. It then pushes one set of tie rods and pulls the other, which is what turns your wheels.
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