Levin Tire Center Steering and Suspension System Services
Your vehicle's steering and suspension is responsible for providing optimal ride comfort and handling performance. If the steering or suspension parts are worn down or broken, it can lead to excessive wear on your tires, poor alignment and reduced vehicle stability and driver control.
How do I know when it's time to have my steering and suspension system checked?
Most manufacturers recommend a steering and suspension system check every 50,000 miles. But, if you notice any of the following warning signs, let our experienced technicians take a look.
- Excessive noise when driving over bumps
- A harsh, bumpy, or shaky ride
- Extreme bouncing and wandering
- Crooked steering wheel
- Uneven tire wear
Parts that may need repaired or replaced include:
- Ball Joints
- Sway Bar Links
- Center Links
- Idler Arms/Pitman Arms
- Rack and Pinion Units
- Tie Rod Ends/Sleeves
- CV Joints/Boots
- CV Axle Half Shafts
- Shock Absorbers
- MacPherson Struts/Cartridges
- Universal Joints and Springs
Why choose Levin Tire Center
The steering and suspension systems in your vehicle are complex, and problems with one of these systems may also negatively affect other systems of your vehicle.
At Levin Tire Center, we use Hunter Alignment Systems to check the measurements on your vehicle. Accurate down to the millimeter, the machines use lasers to identify the misalignment and compare the measurements to the manufacturer's specifications.
Think something may be wrong? Stop in to your nearest Levin Tire Center for a check up. There's no appointment necessary!