Vibrating steering wheel? Hard to turn? Is it time to get your suspension system checked?
Some things in life are out of our control – but your steering and suspension system shouldn’t be. Having this system checked every 50,000 miles can eliminate a lot of unnecessary auto repair issues and costs – especially in relation to your safety. On top of that, keeping your steering and suspension maintained will keep you more comfortable while cruising down the road.
While mileage can be a good indicator, it is a good idea to have your steering and car suspension system checked as soon as you start experiencing any of these issues:
- Excessive play, shaking or vibration in the steering wheel
- Uneven/Premature tire wear
- Excessive lean or sway in turns
- Leaking fluid from seals
- Rattling, grinding, popping or clunking noise under vehicle