Steering & Suspension

Steering & Suspension

Driving on rugged terrain or over tons of San Diego’s infamous potholes can do a real number on your vehicle’s steering and suspension system. When your suspension is in good shape, you’ll have a nice, smooth ride. Issues with your suspension can affect the handling of your vehicle and it can also affect the safety. Don’t let worn-out shocks or struts give you a rough, uncomfortable ride. Worn-out or broken parts can keep your tires from making proper contact with the road, causing your vehicle to sway or tilt when you hit the brakes. Aero Auto Repair is an ASE Certified repair shop with experienced, skilled mechanics who can address all of your steering or suspension-related issues fast! Let us help you address these issues so you can make driving a much more enjoyable experience.

Suspension Repair San Diego

The suspension system is located in the undercarriage of your vehicle around where the wheels connect to the body. Most modern suspensions consist of a myriad of different parts like springs, links, and dampers that all work together to adjust to the various road conditions you drive on. No two suspension systems are alike, which is why you can trust the experts at Aero Auto Repair to make things right. Here are some examples of what you may need with a steering or suspension system repair:

  • Shocks and Struts: These parts cushion your car and keep it from bouncing when you drive over uneven roads or in construction. The shocks use oil to cushion your vehicle’s bounce, and leaking fluid is a common problem. If you have a leak, your shocks or struts will need to be replaced to improve vehicle performance and keep the rest of your suspension system in good working condition.
  • Control Arms: This connects the chassis of your car to the wheels, and is connected via ball joints. Over time the ball joints will start to wear out and can cause your steering to vibrate or make loud clicking noises. We can inspect and replace the ball joints and ensure that your vehicle’s control arms are working as they should be.
  • Bushings: These are insulators that pad different parts of the suspension. They also reduce noise and friction to absorb the impact of bumps in the road. As they crack or wear out, they can no longer protect your vehicle from a rough, uneven ride and may start to scrape against other metal parts in the suspension system. We will identify and replace all worn-out bushings to protect your vehicle

Steering & Suspension Near Me

If you’re noticing a bumpy ride, let the pros at Aero Auto Repair inspect your steering and suspension system. Visit us at 9756 Aero Drive in San Diego or schedule an appointment today!

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