Shocks & Struts

Signs and Symptoms of a Worn Suspension

If you notice any of the following things while driving, it’s a sign you may need maintenance soon:

  • Excessive bouncing after hitting a bump in the road
  • Loss of tire contact with the road
  • Excessive or uneven tire wear
  • A decrease in your vehicle’s handling or braking
  • Vibration or noise
  • Fluid leaks in your vehicle’s shocks
  • Dents, holes or damage to any of your vehicle’s shock components

Does your vehicle suspension bounce when driving down the road? Dip and bottom out when going over bumps? Do you fight your vehicle to drive in a straight line? If so, it’s time to leave worry and that bad vehicle suspension and steering behind. EcoWash offers steering and Suspension Services to help straighten and smooth out your vehicle’s ride.


A vehicle suspension and steering system serves two purposes — managing the handling of your vehicle on the road and improving comfort by minimizing bumps and vibrations in the passenger cabin. Over time, key components such as ball joints, tie-rod ends and bushings can wear out even in normal use. Hitting or running over obstacles like potholes or curbs may damage some of the same components. Worn or broken parts can affect the ride, handling and safety of your vehicle.

Shocks and struts are integral components of your vehicle’s suspension system. Over time, shocks and struts can become worn, affecting ride comfort and handling. Your EcoWash technician can tell you when it’s time for these suspension components to be replaced.

EcoWash Technicians WON’T STEER YOU WRONG

EcoWash offers shock and strut replacement services to restore your vehicle suspension system to your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. New shocks and struts can provide enhanced handling, greater safety, advanced stability and control, a shorter braking distance, and a superior ride for you and your passengers.

After a thorough inspection and analysis of your vehicle suspension system, EcoWash Automotive Center will give recommendations for the suspension and steering systems, including shocks and struts.

SUSPENSION AND STEERING Maintenance Inspection

Maintenance includes:
  • Inspection of all system components
    • Front End
    • Read End
  • Check and top-off of power steering fluid
  • Ball joint lubrication
Advantages of New Shocks and Struts
  • Reduce wheel bounce, helping provide a smooth ride
  • Provide consistent control
  • Full range of products for almost every vehicle application and driving situation
Warranty Info: 24 Months, 24,000 miles on all new parts & labor! Backed by Repair Pal