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Shock Absorbers & Suspension Free Check-up.


Get a thorough inspection of your shock absorbers & suspension at no cost. You receive a written report of all suspension components along with recommendations.

Obviously, having BRAKES that function properly is something that every driver considers a priority. What you may not be aware of is the critical function that shock absorbers and suspension generally plays in vehicle control and braking efficiency. So, poor suspension means poor brakes.
 

Control Arms, Steering Rack, Spring & Shock Absorber Repairs.


typical car front suspension This trio is what you rely on to stop when you apply the brakes. On the surface you may think that suspension wear and tear will only impact on your ride and comfort but the real danger is when the suspension loses its ability to keep your tyres in constant contact with the road and particularly on wet roads, you then become an accident waiting to happen because traction is lost therefore brakes are lost.

This picture shows a typical front suspension with ball joints, brake disc and hub.
 

Get in tune with these suspension early warning signs.


Any of the following justify a Suspension checkup:


  • Car not sitting level when parked.

  • Uneven tyre wear.

  • Abnormal noises when driving.

  • Vehicle heights indicate spring problems.

  • Steering pulls one way.

  • Excessive body roll on corners.

  • A lot of suspension bouncing when you drive.

  • Steering pulls when braking.

  • Poor handling.

  • Steering wheel off centre.

  • Vibrations when driving.

  • Suspension diving under braking.

 
 

Get your brakes and suspension repaired and working together again.


$77 Suspension performance and safety checkup:


  • Check for uneven tyre wear.

  • Vehicle heights side to side.

  • Condition of shock absorbers (make sure they aren’t leaking and do control the bounce of the spring).

  • Condition of suspension bushes (whether they are cracked, torn or have excessive movement).

  • Check general suspension system wear.

  • Power steering system (condition of fluid, noisy pump, check for leaks, check drive belt for cracks, condition of hoses).

  • Check Tie rod ends, rack ends and ball joints for play/wear.

  • Check for noises/play in wheel bearings.

  • Check condition of brake system (pads, discs, shoes, brake fluid).

 
 

Is your car due for it's Suspension check-up?


If your car is due for a service, and you’d like to ensure your vehicle is safe, then call Highway Auto on (07) 4926 1303 to book a service, and get a quote to fix any problems with your brakes, steering, Tyres and suspension.

 
Contact Us, Find Us, Get a Quote, Make a Booking
 

Brake and Wheel Inspection


car wheel with suspension and brake disc
 
 

Most popular vehicles for our suspension checkup


  • BMW
  • Daihatsu
  • Datsun
  • Ford
  • Holden, Honda, Hyuandi
  • Isuzu
  • Kia
  • Mazda
  • Mitsubishi
  • Nissan
  • Subaru
  • Suzuki
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen
 
 

The Warning Signs of Common Brake and Suspension Problems.


  • A spongy brake pedal.

  • A grinding sound when you depress the brake pedal.

  • Squealing brakes.

  • The car pulling to one side when you brake.
  • The brake warning light illuminating.

  • Brake fluid level dropping.

  • The brake pedal being hard to press.
 
 

Highway Auto Suspension Repairs, Lifetime workmanship guarantee* plus personal service.


booking car servicing rockhampton For any of the above services or for any automotive repairs, Mechanical, Air-conditioning, Auto electrical, Cruise control, Caravan services, Bosch, Delkor and Century Batteries.

You can speak with Cathy or Steve who will talk you through any automotive service questions and advice; they are well-informed, patient, professionals. (07) 4926 1303

Contact Us, Find Us, Get a Quote, Make a Booking
 
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