The steering and suspension systems bear the weight of your vehicle, keep the tires on the road and help you experience a smooth, controlled ride. To help make sure your steering and suspension systems are working properly, a technician can examine all of your steering and suspension components, including:
• Tie Rod Ends (inner and outer)
• Idler Arm
• Pitman Arm
• Rack and Pinion Unit
• Rack and Pinion Bellows Boots
• Springs
• Shock and/or Struts

Suspension System
Suspension problems can cause a vehicle to become hard to control. If you experience any of the following problems, make sure you schedule an appointment with us.

• You hit a bump and you notice your vehicle keeps bouncing for a while
• It’s more difficult to turn the steering wheel, or it feels like something is binding or dragging
• The steering wheel moves too easily
• Your vehicle pulls to one side while you’re driving
• You must constantly correct the direction of the car by turning the steering wheel when you’re driving
• Your steering wheel jumps or jerks when you’re idling or driving slowly
• Your steering wheel begins to vibrate
• The steering wheel wobbles side-to-side when you’re traveling at steady speeds
• When you turn a corner, you hear a knocking, clunking and/or squeaking noise
• When you turn the steering wheel all the way in one direction, you hear a whining or moaning sound