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South Tucson Suspension Repair Shop

Your car's suspension system is an intricate network of cooperating components designed to give you a smooth, even, stable ride. Since the suspension is ground zero when it comes to road abuse, the parts wear out, and even break. If your car doesn't seem to ride like it used to, bring it to All Work's Automotive for repair!

  1. A rough ride - A worn suspension system is most commonly noticed by a rough or bumpy ride. Your car should glide smoothly over moderately rough roads.

  2. Increased tire wear - Your suspension helps maintain the correct amount of friction between your car and the road. Suspensions with worn ball joints can lead to greater wear on your tires and affect steering pull.

  3. Nose diving - the suspension also helps maintain your car's body stability when coming to a stop.  If your vehicle lurches forward when pressing the brakes, this could be a sign your vehicle's shocks need repair. 

  4. Swaying or drifting - does your car body sway or rock when turning a corner or driving in strong crosswinds? This can be a sign of wear in your vehicle's suspension.

  5. Bounce Test - With the car in "park", use your body weight to press down on the front of the vehicle to make it bounce. Do the same for the back of the vehicle. If the vehicle continues to bounce more than 2-3 times after releasing, then the suspension is likely worn or damaged.

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If you suspect your vehicle's suspension is worn, head over to All Work's Automotive for a comprehensive diagnosis and suspension repair!  
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