Power Steering & Suspension System Repair

Scheduling an appointment today at Goodyear Auto Service to have your power steering and suspension system checked can help overall stability, handling, and control while driving. We will inspect your vehicle’s shocks, struts and springs for damage. If damage is found, repairing and replacing parts will be handled by our service technicians.


No matter what’s waiting for you when you get to Point B, leaving Point A is always easier when you have a smooth ride to look forward to with a properly functioning steering and suspension system to thank for it. So, if you suspect yours could use some attention, stop in for a Steering & Suspension check from one of our service technicians.


Signs Your Power Steering or Suspension System May Be Damaged:

  • Excessive noises are heard when you drive over bumps
  • The ride is harsh, bumpy, or shaky
  • Your steering wheel is crooked
  • The tires are wearing unevenly
  • Your vehicle bounces or sways while driving
  • The steering wheel feels very hard to turn
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What’s Included with a Power Steering & Suspension System Repair at Goodyear Auto Service?

When you bring your vehicle in for Steering & Suspension service, our service technicians will thoroughly inspect all shocks, struts, and springs for signs of wear or damage.


If any worn, damaged, or missing steering or suspension parts are found, we will help you decide whether a replacement or suspension repair is needed to get you back on the road safely.


As replacement of steering and suspension parts may change existing wheel angles, Goodyear Auto Service recommends completing a wheel alignment with this service.


Learn more about our Wheel Alignment Service packages.

Why is Power Steering and Suspension System Upkeep Important?

Your vehicle's steering and suspension helps provide optimal ride comfort and handling, so you don’t look forward only to the destination, but to the journey, as well.


Even normal road conditions can cause the shocks, struts, and springs of your suspension system to weaken over time, so they should be inspected regularly. Repairing or replacing worn suspension components sooner rather than later does more than help with stability, handling, and control. It can also prevent your tires from wearing prematurely.

How Often Should Power Steering and Suspension Systems be Checked?

Most manufacturers recommend a steering and suspension system check every 50,000 miles (80,000 km), but if you live in areas with poorly maintained roads or rugged terrain, you may want to come in more frequently.