A vehicles suspension system is a network of components with the purpose of giving you a smooth ride. Road conditions can wreak havoc on a vehicles suspension. Proper maintenance helps avoid costly repairs, but sometimes parts just simply wear out.
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Always check tire inflation. Over or under inflated tires can cause can cause the vehicle to veer.
Uneven tire wear. Tires that are worn can cause steering problems. Replace tires a minimum of two at one time. Keep the newest tires on the same axle.
Tie Rods and Steering Rack-They can become worn or loosened and may need to be either tightened or replaced.
Vehicle may need an alignment
Calipers may be worn and brake pads become uneven
This could be many things, however the most common answers would be:
Worn shocks or struts- when this is the case, they will need to be replaced
Worn or broken spring leaf. These will need to be replaced
Low power steering fluid is a common cause.
Loose or worn power steering belt. This will need to be tightened or replaced.
Broken power steering pump. This will result in replacing the pump.
Leaking power steering rack. It first needs to be inspected for leaks, and might need replacement.
Brocken rack mounts. Dependent on the damage, this item could be replaced.
Wheels may be unbalanced. If this is the case, the will need to be balanced.
Uneven or too much tire wear. Replace tires in pairs.
Worn components like steering rack and tie rods. These will need to be replaced.
Loose or worn power steering belt. If this is the case, the belt will need to be tightened or replaced.
Low power steering fluid. System may have a leak, and should be repaired.
Worn parts. We will identify them and replace them for you
Alignment may be required after most steering and suspension repairs