Steering & Suspension Services in Philadelphia, PA
What is SAS?123
test demoSAS 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.
Symptoms Of A Bad SAS System
Although in most cases mileage is a pretty good indicator of when to have your car checked, with regard to steering and suspension it is important to look for signs that indicate your SAS system is faltering. The sooner you get your vehicle inspected and fixed, the easier it will be. At Meineke #340 in Philadelphia, PA, we conduct thorough assessments so be sure to bring your car in as soon as you experience issues such as noise coming from under your car (whether it's clunking, grinding, or rattling), excessive sway or lean when you're turning, or vibration in your steering wheel. Other symptoms may include uneven or premature tire wear or fluid leak from seals.
What To Expect From SAS Services?
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 #340 in Philadelphia, PA and we'll walk you through every step of the process.
Benefits of Steering and Suspension Services
Sometimes, the issues you are experiencing with your SAS system may seem more of an inconvenience than a problem, but the truth is that these symptoms can quickly escalate and cause dangerous situations. Even if they don't, problems with steering and suspension can lead to other issues, which will end up costing you more when it's time to service your car. Therefore, there are many benefits of having your SAS serviced - one of the most important being better brake performance. A properly working steering and suspension also prevents uneven and premature tire wear and helps you better handle your vehicle which leads to a safer ride. Last but not least, a great suspension makes for a more comfortable ride, so you can enjoy driving again.
Make The Smart Choice
Having options is great, but making the right choice is what's of utmost importance. Whether it's choosing the right repair shop for you or the right repair plan for your vehicle, you need to be smart about it. Here, at Meineke #340 in Philadelphia, PA, we are by your side every step of the process to help you choose wisely. We have expert, trusted technicians and offer a complete range of services with numerous money-saving options, which makes us a smart choice for your auto repair destination. We also conduct a thorough inspection of your vehicle and, while presenting you with all options, we always make the best recommendations for a repair plan that will keep you and your car on the road for longer.
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