Your shocks, springs, struts, steering and tires are all part of your suspension system. They all work together to keep you comfortable and in control on the road.
When it comes to suspensions and drivetrains, a problem in one area can be a symptom of a problem in another area. If your tires are wearing unevenly, it may just be your tire pressure. Heavier wear in the middle means the pressure is too high. Heavy wear on the edges means the pressure is too low. But if you notice excessive wear on just one edge, it’s usually a sign that you have an alignment / suspension problem that a mechanic should handle.
For that and other symptoms — like steering vibrations or pulling — you should have your steering and suspension systems inspected. The inspection should include: checking the power steering fluid, listening for unusual noises while the vehicle is in motion and a visual inspection of all major suspension and drivetrain components including the shocks, struts and springs.
- Automatic Transmission Service
- CV Boots & Joints
- Differential Repair
- Drive Axles
- Level Ride Systems
- Steering Leak Repairs
- Power Steering Pump Replacement
- Power Steering Service
- Rack & Pinion Steering
- Wheel Balancing