The Purpose of Vehicle Suspension

The many parts that make up a vehicle's suspension are designed to work together to ensure that the car or truck handles properly and to cushion the occupants when traveling over rough roads. These parts include the ball joints, the bushings, the tie-rods, shock absorbers and struts. Suspension parts wear out during the life of the vehicle, which causes various noticeable signs.

You may feel the vehicle bounce when you drive over a dip in the road. You might have difficulty keeping the vehicle moving in a straight line. There might be an unusual vibration, or you see fluid leaking from the area around shock absorbers. Whenever there is a difference in the way your vehicle handles or functions, make a service appointment for an inspection at Eastchester Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram. By having the problem assessed when it first starts, we can save you time and money.

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