The suspension is one of the most important parts of a car. It’s what allows you to have a smooth and safe ride down any road. A bad suspension can lead to more than just a bumpy ride, however. Because every part of a car is so interconnected, a bad suspension can cause your engine to work harder than it needs to get you moving. That can lead to engine problems down the road. At Carotech Automotive we help Los Angeles area drivers get the most out of their European cars with complete suspension services & repairs
Brands We Service
When something goes wrong with your suspension, the expert mechanics at Carotech Automotive and Tires will know exactly what needs to be done to get your vehicle back into tip-top shape. We use factory-grade equipment and have extensive knowledge of the most widely driven vehicle brands in the area, including all models of:
We are also proud to offer suspension services for Japanese vehicles including:
We are also the area’s leaders in Domestic auto services, making sure your car is taken care of no matter what you drive. When you come to our shop, you can trust that your suspension will get the solution it needs so you can get back to driving.
Signs of a Bad Suspension System
Catching potential problems with your car early on saves lives. Letting a bad suspension continue to deteriorate can lead to major issues and endanger the lives of anyone who gets in your car. Luckily, there are some common symptoms of a bad suspension that you can look out for. If you notice any of these, bring your vehicle in for repair as soon as you can to prevent further issues.
- Rough riding. The suspension is what keeps you from bouncing all over the place when driving down the road. If you notice that you’re feeling every bump even when driving on a relatively smooth and level road, that’s a sign that the suspension is worn.
- Uneven tire wear. In addition to preventing excessive bouncing, a car’s suspension is also supposed to distribute the vehicle’s weight evenly across all four tires so that they don’t wear down unevenly. If one tire seems to be far more worn than the others, that probably means the suspension isn’t working right.
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With over 50 years of experience, the ASE-certified technicians at Carotech Automotive and Tires know what your vehicle needs to get the suspension back into working order. Located in Los Angeles, our shop is also the go-to for drivers throughout surrounding areas like:
Don’t wait. Call us today to learn more or to schedule a convenient appointment.