3 Reasons to Replace Your Shocks

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If the road seems extra bumpy, it might be your shocks causing your vehicle’s rough ride, not the pavement.

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3 Reasons to Replace Your Shocks :

3 Reasons to Replace Your Shocks

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If the road seems extra bumpy, it might be your shocks causing your vehicle’s rough ride, not the pavement. Faulty shocks are not only annoying, they can also put the safety of your vehicle at risk. Here are three reasons to consider replacing your shocks.   1. Do you feel excessive bounce when driving?   The worn shocks are often detected when there is more bounce than usual in the vehicle’s ride. This is an indication that the shocks have lost their ability to perform as needed, perhaps due to wear and tear.

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2. Are there signs of fluid leaks from the shocks?   Any appearance of fluid leaking from the shocks is an indication that the shocks are failing. This will affect your ability to maintain good control of the vehicle.   3. When you apply the brakes, does the front end of the car tilt downward?   Worn shocks can interfere with proper braking and steering. One symptom that’s more noticeable on larger vehicles is that the front end will tend to angle downwards when the brake pedal is pushed.

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Make sure you recognize these three indicators of bad shocks so you schedule the repairs you need to keep driving safely and smoothly. Follow this link for reliable shock replacement in San Diego.

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