Rear Shock Absorbers
Shock absorbers reduce the shock that your suspension receives, especially when going over bumps or rough terrain. They keep unwanted spring motion at bay and help stabilize the vehicle by using coil springs and struts. Shock absorbers play an integral part in providing you a smooth ride.
Signs of bad rear shock absorbers
- Uneven tire wear
- Car feels unstable when going over bumps
- Bouncing more than usual after going over bumps
- Oil leak from shock
- Worn shock bushings
- Knocking noise
Rear shock absorber maintenance
If you notice any of the above signs that your rear shock absorber needs maintenance, it’s best to get your vehicle serviced by a car care professional. The best way to book car maintenance is through CarAdvise. CarAdvise makes car care simple and guarantees that you will pay less than retail price on all services!