What Are the Side Effects of Broken Rear Springs in a Car

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The rear springs are prone to rust and impact damage as they are located near the wheels. The rear spring holds the suspension and when damaged create unusual sounds. You will also find that your car is a bit higher on one side than the other. You must see the side effects of broken rear springs in a car.

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What Are the Side Effects of Broken Rear Springs in a Car?

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The rear springs are a vital part of keeping your car stable.

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Springs are prone to rust and impact damage because of their positioning,

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When the rear springs wear out, you'll begin to notice some obvious side effects.

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Clunking noise

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The rear springs hold your suspension & if damaged, create an unusual noise.

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The springs help keep it securely in place but flexible enough to move fluidly.

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Over bumps and potholes, you will notice a clunking or rattling sound.

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Tilting

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Without secure springs, you will find that your car will be higher on one side than the other.

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An imbalanced vehicle is always hard to maneuver on the road.

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Tilting can affect the way you steer your car through turns or during acceleration.

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Bouncing

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The security of your car is off balance with worn-out springs.

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Bumpy roads or rough conditions will cause your car to bounce and shake.

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This can damage your tires as your car's weight is jerked around by rough terrain.

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Uneven tire wear

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Suspension problems have a direct effect on your tire alignment.

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The tires start to wear unevenly on the outer and inner edges.

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It will lead to faster replacements, flat tires, or even blowouts.

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The solution is quick Replacement

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Replacement is the only option to avoid excessive and expensive damage to your car.

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Damage to your suspension due to worn out springs can also cause stress to shocks and struts.

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It also helps to avoid uneven tire wear and other expensive repairs.

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