Steering & Suspension
Steering & Suspension Services for your Vehicle
When your vehicle does not steer correctly, it can make driving more difficult, and it can negatively affect other components of the vehicle, such as the tires and the axle. The most important components of proper steering and suspension are wheel alignment, shocks and struts and balljoints and tie rods.
How often should I have my wheels aligned?
The importance of total alignment:
Shocks & Struts
Air suspension allows your vehicle to move safely and comfortable. The additional support offered by air suspension kits works in tandem with other suspension systems, providing stable and safe riding. If your air suspension system needs to be serviced, bring your vehicle to Boulder Valley Automotive, where our expert team can make sure you are back on the road quickly.
Ball Joints & Tie Rods
Leaf springs are typically found on older vehicles. They hold axles in position; since only one linkage is necessary in vehicles using leaf springs, their suspension is simple and strong. Leaf springs can eventually wear out, however, and if your vehicle’s leaf springs need to be replaced, our team can replace them quickly.
Proper maintenance of your vehicle’s steering and suspension components not only improve driving but can ensure that other parts of the vehicle are not negatively affected. If your vehicle is not driving as smoothly as it should, set up an appointment with the experts at Boulder Valley Automotive. Our team will inspect and fix any problems to make sure your vehicle is driving properly.