Everything You Need to Know About a Car's Suspension Components

A vehicle's suspension is what helps to create the impression that you are driving on a smooth road. It will absorb the bumps and vibrations that can occur when wheels are moving fast on pavement or gravel. The suspension should be inspected by someone at Montrose Volvo of Cleveland every 50,000 miles or so.

It should also be looked at during an annual inspection or whenever your having trouble steering the vehicle. If your car veers to one side while driving or is vibrating excessively, it could mean that there is a problem with the shocks or struts.

An oil leak could be a sign that there is something wrong with the suspension that needs to be addressed right away. If fluid leaks onto the suspension from elsewhere in the engine, have the wet parts removed immediately. They will generally need to be replaced even if the oil is removed.

 

 

 

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