SAS stands for Steering and Suspension system, which is an integral part of your vehicle chassis. SAS is mainly responsible for the balance and stability of your car, as well as the smoothness of your ride. The suspension system has multiple components, mainly hydraulics, and springs and struts designed to absorb and dampen the shock of the road. It does so by absorbing the motion of the wheels and granting additional stability. The steering system is comprised of conversion devices, levers, and joints, which are all connected under a complex chain that helps you guide your vehicle on the road and also control it with minimal effort. Together, the steering and suspension systems are what keep your vehicle's wheels firmly on the ground and keep your vehicle from veering to the side. What's more, SAS can affect not only the smoothness of your ride, but it can also impact other systems such as wheel alignment.
A smooth and safe ride is greatly dependent on your SAS system, so be sure to have it checked if you notice signs of a troubled steering and suspension system. These signs can vary, from excessive noise coming from under your car when driving over bumps, to experiencing too much bounciness or sways. Other common symptoms may include vibrating or a crooked steering wheel, as well as premature and uneven wear of your vehicle's tires. All in all, if your overall ride is shaky, bumpy and harsh, or if you're finding your car to be particularly hard to handle and control, then be sure to contact our experts at Meineke #4024 in San Bernardino, CA and schedule an inspection.
When you take your car in for steering and suspension service, expect nothing less than thoroughness through and through. The SAS system is made of hundreds of parts and components that affect each other's performance, so it is critical that your steering and suspension are exhaustively inspected and evaluated. This includes all shocks, springs and struts, the sway bar link and bushings, all bearings and ball joints, tire rod ends, alignment parts, steering cooler and fluid, and more. To find out more about what our SAS evaluation includes, schedule an appointment now at Meineke #4024 in San Bernardino, CA and we'll walk you through every step of the process.
Due to the complexity of the steering and suspension system, there are many reasons why your vehicle may be showing certain symptoms. There are also numerous and various fixes available, and you'll find that at Meineke #4024 in San Bernardino, CA - we provide a complete range of services to make sure you get back on the road quickly and safely. If the initial evaluation shows suspension issues, our technicians have great experience in fixing bad spring coils, inspecting tires or replacing shocks and struts. For steering issues, we might need to fix loose lug nuts, replace bad tie rods, balance your tires or repair your steering gearbox. Regardless of the root problem, we can provide you with a full service for your SAS system, so that you can go back toa smooth, comfortable and safe ride.
Whether it's your steering and suspension that needs servicing or any other part of your vehicle, Meineke is here to get you back on the road and on with life as quickly and hassle-free as possible. We do things right the first time around, so you don't have to worry when it comes to your vehicle. Our expert technicians will conduct a thorough inspection and evaluation to make sure there's no hidden damage or cause of your car's symptoms. You'll get a detailed report and repair plan and we won't move forward until we have your approval. It's as seamless as it gets! Contact us today or schedule an appointment and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have and discuss your car service options.
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