Suspension Repairs

Suspension Repairs

The suspension system of your vehicle protects you from bouncing up and down due to the bad road conditions and bumps in the road. More importantly, it affects your steering ability, and that can mean the difference between life and death.

That’s why, at AutoMechanica, we specialize in suspension repair and replacement. Our technicians are some of the best in the business.

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A car suspension is a system that combines tires, springs, shock absorbers, sway bars, links, and control arms of your vehicle to give it the required traction on the road. Contrary to popular belief,the suspension is not built to give your car a smooth drive; this is an outcome of the suspension’s job. Your car’s suspensions’ main purpose is to keep your car firmly on the ground. Your car’s suspension is built to keep the wheels firmly on the ground, to maximize tire contact, patch, and traction.

It depends on the type of suspension your car is running on, and the usage your car has seen determines how much it will cost to repair your car’s suspension. If you have looked after your car while driving, then you will only need to have standard replacement work done, but if you drive your car hard and not how it was meant to be, then you should expect more parts to be repaired. At AutoMechanica, we offer a doorstep suspension check.

When driving, if your car makes noises by your wheels, when turning or going over bumps, then your suspension needs repair. When you drive, listen out for any squeaks in both the rear and front of your car.

If you have difficulty driving, turning, steering straight, or if you hear any squeak in the front or rear of the car, then there’s most likely something wrong with your car’s suspension. AutoMechanica provides doorstep suspension check to determine what’s wrong with your car’s suspension.

There are a few common suspension issues we’ve come across with many customers. They are Issues with wheel alignment and steering not aligned correctly

  • Worn out or broken rubber bushings that need replacement
  • Shock absorbers need to be re-torqued or replaced
  • A wrong suspension component was installed and needs replacement
  • A suspension component was installed, but no wheel alignment was done
  • New tires were installed, but no wheel alignment was done
  • A suspension specialist never inspected the suspension

Depending on the car’s problem and how serious the problem is, it can take anywhere from 5 to 8 hours.

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