Suspension Repair

Suspension Repair in Council Bluffs, Iowa

Shocks, Struts, Springs: We Provide Repair for All Suspension Parts

Do you enjoy a smooth, stable, and controlled ride? And one that is efficient, too? You can thank your car’s suspension system. The suspension is located on the undercarriage of a vehicle and sits on the frame. Its network of components is responsible for providing an agile and comfortable driving experience, and collectively, it offers support for the weight of the car. The suspension system consists of shocks and struts, coil springs, control arms, sway bars, bearings, bushings, ball joints, and linkages—among others. These pieces each have a specific job to do to ensure your ride is smooth. Sway bars, for example, help prevent your vehicle from rolling over. Meanwhile, coil springs absorb energy and, in turn, limit vehicle bounce. All suspension parts are constantly in motion, leaving them prone to wear, malfunction, and even damage. At Mad Hatter Auto Repair in Council Bluffs, Iowa, our certified technicians have extensive experience with all suspension systems and are your number-one source for suspension repair!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is suspension repair?

Suspension repair is the adjustment or replacement of worn or bad parts in the suspension system of a vehicle.

2. Can a damaged suspension system be fixed?

Yes, some damaged suspension systems can be fixed. Damaged suspension parts may need to be replaced in the process of repairing the suspension.

3. How much does it cost to repair the suspension?

The price of repairing the suspension system can vary, depending on what is needed to be fixed or replaced. If you suspect your vehicle needs to have its suspension system repaired, the best way to determine the cost is to consult your mechanic.

4. Is repairing the suspension expensive?

This all depends on what your definition of expensive is, but generally the answer is "no". Costs of premature wear on other parts and components (like tires) could become higher if not fixed properly.