Steering & Suspension Services by Sears Auto

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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

$15 Steering & Suspension Evaluation

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  • Steering and suspension evaluation includes:

    • System inspection

      We’ll make sure your steering and suspension aren’t adding to any alignment issues

    • Detailed report

      We provide you with a detailed printout of the results as well as any other vehicle health condition information

    • Expert recommendation

      Our knowledgeable technicians will go over the results with you and won’t do any work until you approve of the repairs

    Steering and Suspension Components

    • Sway bar link/bushings
    • CV joint/boot
    • Shocks and struts
    • Upper and lower ball joint
    • Control arm/shaft
    • Bushings
    • Tire rod ends
    • Bearings/seal/hub
    • Rack and pinion/steering gear box
    • Pitman/idler/drag link
    • Alignment part
    • Power steering pump
    • Power steering hose/cooler/fluid
  • More beneficial than you may realize.

    There are a number of benefits to having your steering and suspension system work properly:

    • Improves brake performance
    • Provides a more comfortable ride
    • Helps prevent uneven tire wear
    • Better handling for a safer ride
    • Prevents other unnecessary costly repairs
    Suspension diagram

Steering & Suspension Pricing & Services

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Your steering and suspension system consists of many parts that can be repaired individually. When you bring your car into a Sears Auto, we won’t steer you wrong — our technicians perform a thorough vehicle inspection to determine exactly what auto repairs are necessary. We also inspect other parts – your brakes, tires and check your wheel alignment to ensure everything is functioning correctly with this system. And before any work is started you will be provided with an estimate, so you’re in control of your auto repair.
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