During the winter months, potholes form in the roads. This can play havoc with your vehicle's suspension system. Hitting a pothole can do serious damage. In addition to this type of damage, there are components of your suspension system that need regular maintenance.

If your suspension system is experiencing difficulty, you may notice certain signs. A malfunctioning suspension system can make it harder for you to corner with your vehicle. You may notice that your vehicle's front-end dips when you stop. You may hear rattling noises coming from the areas around the wheels. If you notice any of these problems, you should get your suspension checked.

Shock absorbers are vital to your vehicle's suspension system. Shocks will usually have to be replaced about every 50,000 to 60,000 miles. They should always be replaced in pairs. You may need to replace the shocks more often if they start to leak or get damaged.



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