The most important parts of the suspension system are:
Most suspension systems also have an anti-sway bar. This bar helps the tires of your car move with your steering system, which increases the smoothness and stability of your ride.
Your suspension system takes a hit—literally—every time you drive. As such, it experiences wear and tear that can cause performance problems. Call us to make an appointment for suspension service if you notice these issues:
These problems can also be caused by tire or alignment issues, but it is important to have your car evaluated and repaired to avoid further damage or unsafe driving conditions.
Typically, we suggest suspension service every 50,000 to 100,000 miles, but how and where you drive has a big impact. If you don’t do a lot of driving and stick to mostly smooth, well-paved surfaces, then you could go longer. On the other hand, if you find yourself on bumpy roads regularly, your suspension could need attention sooner.
During suspension service, we will check the condition of the different components and replace any parts that are no longer in good condition.