Steering & Suspension

Steering & SuspensionIn order for your steering system to function properly, it relies on a suspension system that’s operating to its maximum capacity. When you ride or drive in a vehicle, you should notice that it feels smooth and quiet. If your car is running rough or you notice every single bump in the road, it could be a sign that your suspension system is in need of some attention. Make sure you take your vehicle to a facility you can trust like the experts at Viking Automotive Advisors. We’ve got what it takes to inspect and repair your steering and suspension system as-needed to get you riding smoothly again.

Steering System Info

Whenever you turn your steering wheel, it actually requires a complex system of fluid and working parts that coordinate together to keep you on the straight and narrow. Whenever any of these steering processes malfunctions, it can cause some serious issues with handling. Almost every vehicle on the road today uses power steering but if the power steering fluid is too low or the system fails, it can become a serious safety hazard. Generally, your car’s steering and suspension service will include wheel alignment, any shock and strut repair, and front or rear suspension repair.

Suspension System Basics

To enjoy a smooth ride, you need to ensure that your car’s suspension system is in good working order. A stabilizer bar, or sway bar, is just one component of this system, but it may be the most important. The sway bar is what prevents your vehicle from rolling over whenever you turn. Your shocks keep your ride smooth and steady, while the sway or stabilizer bar keeps your car upright as you drive. It works by distributing the weight of your vehicle evenly over all four tires. If this part is broken or in bad shape, it can be a serious threat to your safety.

From shocks and struts to power steering fluid, your steering and suspension system needs to be in good shape at all times. Whether you’re noticing trouble turning corners or your drive seems to be more bumpy than normal, it’s important to take your car in for service so we can perform the necessary inspections. We will diagnose the problem and get you steering on the straight and narrow with a nice, smooth ride in no time.

For all your vehicle repair and service needs including maintenance and A/C service, visit the professionals at Viking Automotive Advisors in Vero Beach, FL or give us a call today at 772-770-1277.

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