Never Ignore these Symptoms of Bad Struts or Shocks on a Car!

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Did you notice any symptoms of bad struts or shocks on your car? If you're noticing any of these signs, Don’t delay to schedule a car inspection to fix any of these problems you are facing.

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Have You Noticed Any Signs of Bad Struts and Shocks? Choose “theWrench, Ltd, Near Silverdale, WA” As Your Trusted Car Shop For all types of Car Suspension Issues :

Have You Noticed Any Signs of Bad Struts and Shocks? Choose “theWrench, Ltd, Near Silverdale, WA” As Your Trusted Car Shop For all types of Car Suspension Issues Visit Your Official Website: www.thewrenchautomotive.com “Proudly Serving Car Service & Maintenance in Silverdale, WA & Other Nearby Areas”

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The terms “car shocks and struts” are often used interchangeably, so drivers often are confused as to what is needed on their vehicle. To add to the uncertainty, some vehicles have struts on the front axle and shocks on the rear. even though a shock and a strut do the same basic job on a vehicle, i.e., damping the movement of the spring and stopping fluctuation and bounce, they are completely different parts. A shock cannot be used to change a strut and a strut cannot be used to replace a shock . Let’s Discuss With Our Auto Technicians By Calling on: 360-692-1414 Let Us Understand The Difference Between Car Shocks and Struts !

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It’s not necessary to replace car shocks or struts at precise mileage intervals, knowing how to identify the warning symptoms of bad struts and shocks is significant to your safety and the safety of your passengers. Car Shocks and Struts wear out over time as your vehicle build up mileage. When they fail, the results can be risky. Replacing shocks and struts can improve stopping performance as well as increase vehicle stability and driver control . Unnecessary Bouncing – When your vehicle hits a bump, it bounces on the coil springs. If it continues to bounce after hitting a bump, it is an sign that your struts or shocks are damaged. Vehicle nose dives or “squats” – When braking, the front end of your vehicle dives, or the rear end of your vehicle “squats” when accelerating. Tire "Cupping" – You will feel the tires will factually bounce up and down as you drive. Each time the tires hit the ground, a little bit more of the tire is worn off. This is usually referred to as “cupping” or “scalloping.” Leaking Fluid – Inside each shock and strut is a piston and hydraulic fluid. Sometimes the fluid can leak out. A tiny seepage is normal, but a large leak is a indication of worn shocks and struts. Schedule an Appointment Online: www.thewrenchautomotive.com Don’t Forget these 4 Common Signs of Bad Struts and Shocks on a Car!

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