Are your breaks squeaking or is your suspension getting too mushy?
With brakes and brake repair, the longer you wait, the more damage you are doing and the more expensive the repair will likely be. Brake repair isn't something you can put off because it is a safety issue. Once the rubber on your brake pads wears down, your brake rotors will be subject to metal on metal contact from the brake calipers. This will create a screeching or grinding sound which will slowly warp your rotors, leading to a costly repair. That's why we make getting your brakes fixed as painless as possible!
Putting off getting your suspension replaced will leave you with a jarring and uncomfortable ride. We offer a reliable, fast, and economical solution to getting your car back in-shape. So drive into our shop today, and feel safe about getting back on the road.
Springs are part of your suspension system, without them, every ride would be a bumpy one.
Coil springs are the most common automotive springs. The coil spring is nothing more than a steel bar that has been bent into a flexible coil. The spring absorbs shock forces by compressing in and recoiling back to its original spring height. Coil springs can be located between control arms, frame and control arms, and in most strut assemblies.
Most coil springs fail due to constant overloading, excessive up and down movement or just a general breakdown due to metal fatigue. Springs can also corrode and rust, especially in northern and Midwestern states where there is a lot of road salt during the winter.
You'll probably feel it if a spring fails, your ride will become hard and unforgiving. Failed shocks may result in excessive bouncing or up and down movement of your car's front or back end. It may also become harder to steer and could feel like your vehicle is pulling to the left or right.
We recommend that you have your suspension system checked every 12,000 miles or 12 months.