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What is suspension?

Suspension is a system of springs, shock absorbers, and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels and allows relative motion between the two. It absorbs and dampens shock as the vehicle travels over bumps and rough terrain.

What is the purpose of a suspension system?

The purpose of a suspension system is to provide a smooth, comfortable ride, reduce vehicle body roll, and improve handling and braking. It also reduces the impact of road irregularities on passengers and cargo.

How can I tell if my suspension system is faulty?

You can tell if your suspension system is faulty if you experience any of the following: excessive bouncing, difficulty cornering, vehicle bottoming out, leaking shock absorbers, uneven tire wear, or a clunking sound when driving.

Can a faulty suspension system cause damage?

Yes, a faulty suspension system can cause damage to the vehicle, including damage to the tires, brakes, and other parts of the vehicle.

How do I replace my suspension system?

To replace your suspension system, follow these steps:

  1. Lift and support the vehicle.
  2. Disconnect the old suspension components.
  3. Install the new suspension components.
  4. Adjust and align the components as necessary.
  5. Lower the vehicle and road test.

How often should I inspect my suspension system?

It is recommended that you inspect your suspension system at least once a year or every 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. During the inspection, check for signs of wear or damage, such as leaking shock absorbers, broken components, or uneven tire wear.