Suspension Service

  1. Inspection: We'll start by visually inspecting the suspension components, such as the shocks, struts, control arms, and bushings, to look for any signs of wear, damage, or leakage.

  2. Testing: We'll perform a bounce test to see if the shocks and struts function correctly. If they're worn out, you may experience a bouncier ride, reduced handling, and increased tire wear.

  3. Replacement: If we find any worn or damaged parts, we'll replace them with new, high-quality components. Common replacement parts include shocks, struts, bushings, and ball joints.

  4. Alignment: After replacing any components, we'll ensure your wheels are properly aligned. Proper wheel alignment helps ensure your car handles correctly and that your tires wear evenly.

  5. Lubrication: We'll also lubricate the various suspension components to reduce friction and ensure smooth operation.

  6. Test Drive: Finally, we'll take your car for a test drive to ensure everything works and that your ride is comfortable and stable.

Remember that the specifics of a suspension service may vary depending on the make and model of your foreign car and its age and overall condition. Regular suspension maintenance is crucial for your vehicle's safety and performance, so it's a good idea to have it checked periodically by a professional auto mechanic.