Steering & Suspension Service in North Bay, ON
Routine maintenance of your suspension system is critical to your vehicle’s overall health and longevity. Suppose you suspect an issue with your suspension, it’s crucial to get it looked at by the highly skilled technicians at True-Centre Auto Service. As a family-owned and operated business, we have been providing quality auto repair and maintenance services to the people of North Bay for over 50 years. You can trust us to take good care of your car and its suspension system because we are a part of your community and are here to help!
What is a Suspension System?
Your suspension system is located between the frame and the road. Its purpose is to absorb bumps, provide a comfortable ride, and increase the performance of your car. A suspension system that is in disrepair can negatively impact things like your steering, wheel alignment, and braking system.
Signs That Your Suspension Needs Servicing
It might be time to book an appointment at True-Centre Auto Service if you notice any of the following issues with your vehicle.
If you let go of your steering wheel while driving and your vehicle starts to veer to the side, you might have a problem with your suspension system. While this could signify the need for a wheel alignment, it could also be symptomatic of a more severe problem with your shocks.
If it’s an issue with the shocks or suspension, the pulling will be more noticeable when turning. If ignored, this could become a dangerous situation increasing the likelihood of flipping your car.
If you notice that your car continues to bounce after driving over a bump or pothole, this could also indicate that your suspension needs servicing. To test your theory, push down on the car’s hood while it’s stopped. If you are met with resistance and the car pops back up automatically, your suspension is in good working order. If you can push the car down, it bounces back up and continues to bounce with a slight touch, it’s probably time to have your suspension serviced.
Bottoming Out/ Nose Dips
Bottoming out and nose dips are two tell-tale signs that your suspension needs some TLC. Bottoming out is when the bottom of your vehicle quite literally touches the road when driving over rougher terrain.
A nose dip is when the front of your car dips down, touching the ground while going over a speed bump or coming to a stop. Either way, the undercarriage of your vehicle coming into contact with the ground is never a good situation and could lead to even more significant problems if left unattended.
Where to Find Car Suspension Repair Service
If you are looking for quality suspension services in the North Bay area, True-Centre Auto Services experienced technicians will be able to diagnose and repair any suspension issues, allowing you a safe, comfortable ride.
Suspension repair by any of our licensed technicians will result in a smoother driving, high-performance vehicle that handles and corners well.
Contact us to book your suspension repair appointment today!