What they do
The steering system and suspension systems bear the weight of your vehicle, maintain the tires on the road while driving, and assist in delivering a hassle-free, safe drive.
Why service is necessary
The steering and suspension system should be checked at least once a year to prevent significant repairs. Anytime you feel your vehicle is showing symptoms of steering or suspension troubles have one of our technicians check to correct the issue.
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Indicators that your vehicle steering and suspension system requires inspection:
Pulling to the side
Complications driving over uneven roads or dips
Vehicle continues to bounce after going over a bump
Steering wheel shakes or has excessive play in it
Vehicle feels like it wanders on the road
Our steering and suspension system inspections consist of:
Checking power steering fluid
Checking tightness of nuts and bolts
Checking for uneven tires or wear
Checking for unbalanced wheels
Checking ball joints, tie rods, and other steering linkages
Checking for problems with alignment
Checking shocks and/or struts
Checking steering Wheel Alignment
Checking for torn or used power steering belts