Utah Suspension Service and Repair
Jmac Car Care specializes in car suspension service and maintenance. We can fix any car suspension problem.
How J-Mac Car Care can help you with suspension problems:
If you have been experiencing any of the problems listed below, or any other suspension issues like, noises or your car handles differently than before, bring it down to J-Mac Car Care where trained professionals can diagnose the problem. We have technicians ready to examine your suspension system, locate the problem and bring you the best solutions. We will have you back on the road quickly in a safe and reliable vehicle.
In addition, we always provide you with our complimentary J-Mac Car Care inspection including; top-off your fluids, visually inspect belts for damage, tire pressure, wiper blades, lubricate chassis, exterior light check, as well as clean your exterior windshields for no additional cost. While you wait for your vehicle, enjoy the big screen TV, complimentary wi-fi and beverages.
Car Suspension Purpose:
The job of a car suspension is to maximize the friction between the tires and the road surface, to provide steering stability with good handling and to ensure the comfort of the passengers. All roads, even freshly paved ones, are not flat and have bumps, cracks, dips and folds that would make it very uncomfortable for anyone driving without suspension.
Car Suspension Common Problems:
There are many symptoms of common suspension problems. The best way to know that your vehicle’s suspension is not in danger of failing, take your car to a mechanic who will know what to look for.
Here are some common symptoms of bad suspension:
- Your car rides poorly on rough roads, more than normal. This usually means your shock absorbers are worn and depleting.
- Your vehicle’s height looks lower than it has been in the past, and looks to be settling towards the axles. The suspension springs are most commonly the cause of that problem, and can be replaced.
- Your car makes a popping or clunking noise when turning or going over a bump. This usually means that the vehicle’s ball joints are worn and will need to be replaced.
- Your car vibrates at higher speeds. A vehicle’s suspension system uses bushings at the inner ends of the control arms which will wear out over time, thus allowing more vibration to pass.
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Bring your car in for a free quote. We're conveniently located at 3520 S. State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
3520 S State Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115