Your suspension’s most important job is to keep all four tires in firm contact with the road, so that steering, driving and braking systems are effective. There are many parts working together to ensure your car’s suspension is doing its job.
Here are some things that can occur when your suspension components are worn.
- Car dips forward when braking
- Tires show evidence of unusual tread wear
- Shock absorbers are leaking fluid
- Car doesn’t handle properly around corners