The primary responsibility of your vehicle’s suspension system is to keep the frame of the body attached to the wheels while also allowing for a specified level of movement, rigidity, and flexibility between the both. It consists of many parts including struts, shocks, linkages and springs that help stabilize steering, facilitate braking and improve vehicle ride. When the suspension system is working properly, it contributes to:
If the struts, shocks, control arms or any other links become damaged, worn or lose fluid, it can make it harder to steer or control the vehicle. Immediate replacement of damaged suspension parts are recommended for maximum comfort and safety.