Absorb and dampen shocks from the road, enhancing ride comfort and stability.
Support the vehicle's weight and absorb impacts, contributing to a smoother ride.
Poor Ride Quality:
Connect the wheel hub to the frame, allowing vertical movement while maintaining stability.
Vehicle Nose Dives or Squats During Braking or Acceleration:
Reduces body roll during cornering, enhancing stability.
Uneven Tire Wear:
Provide cushioning and flexibility to suspension components, reducing vibrations and noise.
Strange noises when going over bumps or during steering maneuvers may suggest loose or worn-out components.
Knocking or Clunking Noises:
Signs of Shocks and Struts Issues:
A thorough inspection is performed to assess the condition of the shocks and struts. This may include a visual inspection and a road test to evaluate ride quality.
Worn shocks or struts are replaced with new ones. It's common practice to replace shocks or struts in pairs (front pair or rear pair) to maintain balanced suspension performance.
Shock and Strut Replacement:
Mounts and bushings that connect shocks or struts to the vehicle may be replaced if worn or damaged.
Mount and Bushing Replacement:
After replacing shocks or struts, it's advisable to check and adjust the wheel alignment to ensure proper tire wear and handling.
A test drive is conducted to assess the performance of the new shocks or struts. A final inspection ensures that all components are securely installed.
Test Drive and Final Inspection:
Shocks and Struts Repair Process:
Certified technicians have the knowledge and tools to accurately diagnose suspension issues and perform the repair efficiently.
Expertise and Tools:
Professional repair shops use high-quality replacement parts that meet or exceed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) standards.
Replacing shocks or struts in pairs helps maintain balanced suspension performance.
Professional mechanics can conduct a thorough inspection of the entire suspension system to identify any additional issues.
The suspension system is crucial for vehicle safety. Professional repair ensures that components are properly installed to function as intended.