Steering & Suspension

The steering and suspension system is one that many drivers don’t think about until it is compromised. In order to get the most out of your vehicle in terms of handling and control, you need expert suspension service and repair from an expert like Certified Auto Repair.

Steering and Suspension System

All vehicles are not manufactured in the same way which means that all vehicles do not contain the exact same parts. One of the systems that tend to vary from manufacturer to manufacturer is the suspension system. Depending on your vehicle, your suspension system should include some combination of the following:

  • Ball Joints
  • Tie Rod End
  • Control Arms
  • Springs
  • Shock Absorbers
  • Struts
  • Steering Gear Box
  • Center Link
  • Pitman Arm
  • Idler Arm

In order to maximize the handling of your vehicle, all of these components need to be working together. If one or more parts are worn out, damaged, or loose, it will have a detrimental effect on the whole system.

Steering and Suspension Repair

Like we said, when any part of your steering and suspension system is damaged, it affects the entire system and can compromise the handling of your vehicle and the quality and comfort of your ride. That’s why it is important to only trust your steering and suspension repair to an expert mechanic like Certified Auto Repair.

Signs of Steering and Suspension Trouble

The thing about steering and suspension trouble is that it is fairly easy to notice if you pay attention to your vehicle’s behavior. Some of the signs that your steering and suspension system is having issues include:

  • Your vehicle is pulling to the left or right
  • Your steering wheel is crooked or off-center
  • You can feel every little bump in the road
  • Your ride is bouncier or rougher than normal
  • You are experiencing dipping or diving motions
  • There is a rolling motion or feeling when you turn or change lanes
  • The steering wheel is vibrating or shaking

If you notice any of these issues or if there is any change in steering, handling, or control in your vehicle, it is time to make an appointment with Certified Auto Repair. Contact us today for all of your steering and suspension needs.

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