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  • Absorb and dampen shocks from the road, enhancing ride comfort and stability.

Shock Absorbers/Struts:

  • Support the vehicle's weight and absorb impacts, contributing to a smoother ride.


  • Connect the wheel hub to the frame, allowing vertical movement while maintaining stability.

Control Arms:

  • Reduces body roll during cornering, enhancing stability.

Sway Bar (Stabilizer Bar):

  • Provide cushioning and flexibility to suspension components, reducing vibrations and noise.


Suspension System Components:

  • Converts rotational motion from the steering wheel into lateral movement to steer the wheels.

Steering Gear/Rack and Pinion:

  • Assists in steering effort by applying hydraulic pressure to aid wheel movement.

Power Steering Pump and Fluid:

  • Connect the steering gear to the wheel hubs, transmitting steering input.

Tie Rods:

  • Connect the control arms to the steering knuckles, allowing for movement.

Ball Joints:

  • Transmit steering input from the steering wheel to the steering gear.

Steering Column and Shaft:

Steering System Components:

  • Misaligned wheels or worn suspension components can lead to uneven tire wear.

Uneven Tire Wear:

  • Vibrations felt in the steering wheel or vehicle may indicate issues with the suspension or steering components.

Vibrations or Shimmies:

  • If the vehicle tends to drift or pull to one side, it may be a sign of alignment or steering issues.

Pulling to One Side:

  • Clunks, squeaks, or rattles when going over bumps may indicate worn or damaged suspension components.

Noise Over Bumps:

  • Excessive play or looseness in the steering wheel may suggest problems with the steering gear or linkage.

Steering Wheel Play:

  • Fluid leaks around the power steering pump or hoses may lead to power steering issues.

Leaking Power Steering Fluid:

  • Difficulty turning the steering wheel, especially at low speeds, may indicate problems with the power steering system.

Difficulty Steering:

  • Excessive body roll during turns may suggest issues with the sway bar or suspension components.

Swaying or Body Roll:

Common Suspension and Steering Issues:

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  • A thorough inspection is conducted to identify the source of the problem. This may include a visual inspection, test drive, and diagnostics.

Vehicle Inspection:

  • Wheel alignment is checked to ensure proper wheel angles for optimal tire wear and vehicle stability.

Alignment Check:

  • Worn or damaged components such as shocks, struts, control arms, bushings, or sway bar links are replaced.

Suspension Component Replacement:

  • As part of the overall maintenance, tire rotation and balancing may be performed.

Tire Rotation and Balancing:

  • Repairs to the steering system may involve replacing components such as tie rods, ball joints, or the steering gear.

Steering System Repairs:

  • Power steering fluid may be flushed and replaced, and leaks repaired to maintain proper power steering function.

Power Steering System Service:

  • After component replacement, wheel alignment is adjusted to ensure proper geometry.

Alignment Adjustment:

  • The vehicle is taken for a test drive to evaluate the effectiveness of the repairs. A final inspection ensures that all components are properly installed and functioning.

Test Drive and Final Inspection:

Suspension and Steering Repair Process:

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