Suspension system connects your wheels to your vehicle, controls your handling and delivers a good ride & is critical for proper steering, stopping and stability.

Every time you hit a pothole, a bump or an object in the road, your suspension system has to absorb the impact and maintain control.

The suspension has a lot of joints and pivot points that allow your wheels to move up and down over bumps and to turn as you steer. These parts include ball joints, tie rod ends, the pitman, idler arms and the control arm bushings and will wear out over time.

If you notice handling and/or steering may have a loose feel and you may hear strange noises, you probably have suspension issues that need to be replaced. If the suspension parts are neglected to get replaced, your tires will wear unevenly due to bouncing down the road and it will cause other suspension parts to wear
prematurely.

We recommend you to schedule an appointment in order to replace the needed worn/broken suspension parts.