Suspension

The steering and suspension system on your vehicle is responsible for maintaining comfortable riding conditions and driving performance. The steering and suspension system also helps drivers remain in control of their vehicles at all times. Properly aligned steering and suspension can help deliver a smooth and controlled ride. The steering system and shocks bear the weight of your vehicle, keeping the tires on the road when driving and helping to deliver a smoother, more controlled trip.

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Suspension

Signs your vehicle may need suspension service:

 

  • You notice the vehicle is pulling to one side

  • Steering becomes difficult

  • The vehicle has issues driving over uneven roadways or bumps

  • Your vehicle continues to bounce after hitting a bump

  • Tires wander or wiggle

  • Excessive Tire Wear

 

Why suspension service is important:

The steering and suspension system should be checked annually to prevent major repairs. Anytime you feel indicators of steering or suspension troubles, have your mechanic evaluate your vehicle. Prolonged steering and suspension issues can cause safety risks over time. To help ensure your steering and suspension systems are functioning effectively, a professional may examine all of your steering and suspension parts, and will also check the power steering fluid, look for unevenly worn tires, check for loose nuts and bolts, and examine the power steering belts.

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