The Suspension is a system of components designed to support the weight of a vehicle, absorb shock, and provide stability while driving. The suspension system typically includes springs, shocks or struts, control arms, and other components that work together to provide a smooth and comfortable ride.
If there is a drifting sensation while driving, get the car’s suspension system evaluated at Newton Mot Ltd as soon as possible. We are a reliable garage for suspension service Newton-Le-Willows.
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Symptoms Of Suspension Damage
There are several symptoms of suspension damage that you may notice while driving your vehicle. Here are some of the most common signs to look out for:
The suspension system is responsible for absorbing shocks and vibrations while driving. If you notice that your vehicle feels rough or bumpy while driving, it could be a sign that your suspension system is damaged.
If your vehicle pulls to one side while driving or feels like it's drifting or wandering on the road, it could be a sign of suspension damage. It is because damaged suspension components can cause the vehicle to become unstable and affect its steering.
Uneven tyre wear
If you notice that your tyres are wearing unevenly, it could be a sign of suspension damage. It is because damaged suspension components can cause the wheels to be misaligned (and vise versa), which can cause the tyres to wear unevenly.
Excessive Body Roll
The damaged suspension components can affect the vehicle's stability and handling. If you notice that your vehicle leans when going around corners, it could be a sign of suspension damage.
Damaged suspension components can cause the vehicle to make unusual noises while driving. If you hear clunking or banging noises when going over bumps, it could be a sign of suspension damage.
If you feel excessive vibrations while driving, particularly at higher speeds, it could be a sign of suspension damage. Damaged suspension components can cause the vehicle to vibrate or shake while driving.
Vehicle “Nose Dives”
Nose diving occurs when the front of the car dips down when you apply the brakes. This may result from various factors with the suspension system, including worn-out shocks or struts, damaged springs, or a leak in the hydraulic brake system.
If you notice any of these symptoms, have your vehicle inspected by a reliable garage like ours as soon as possible to identify any potential suspension damage and get it repaired as soon as possible.
Note- Worn-out or damaged suspension parts cannot be repaired but need replacement.
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Contact us on 01925 500256 for any queries.
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