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Your vehicle’s suspension system is critical in maintaining proper control and a smooth ride. The suspension system is actually part of something called a chassis. It joins with other important components found beneath your car which includes:
There are four types of car springs used in modern cars:
For many cars, the suspension springs rarely need to be fully replaced. However, if your car is leaning to one side or your ride is much bumpier than usual, it’s best to bring it to a technician so they can check your suspension springs. Technicians will also check your suspension springs during routine maintenance and will look for worn out shock absorbers or other suspension parts causing extra wear on the springs. Broken springs and other suspension issues should be immediately repaired or replaced to ensure a safe and comfortable ride.