Common symptoms of a faulty suspension
The primary sign that indicates your car suspension is damaged is an increasingly uncomfortable and bumpy ride. If your car is jerking with every bump, bring it to our garage for suspension repair Newbury as soon as possible.
Other signs of damaged suspension include –
- Reduced steering response
If you find it difficult to steer your vehicle, it is time to opt for our services. There are several reasons that can cause this issue; the steering wheel itself can be one of them. Damages in control arm bushings can also lower steering response.
- Vehicle veers to one side
If your car drifts to one side of the road, it indicates problems with the suspension system.
- Vehicle “nose” dives when braking
Worn-out shock absorbers Newbury will make your car “nose” dive when you brake and lean back when you accelerate even under normal driving conditions.
You can easily check the shocks and struts by looking underneath your car. If these appear to be greasy, it might indicate a leakage. Under such circumstances, you should replace shock absorbers Newbury at the earliest.