Why Choose Trinity’s Quality Auto Care for Suspension Repair?
Just like any component of your vehicle, the suspension may get damaged or worn out as time passes. Poor suspension compromises your car’s ability to absorb low spots and bumps in the road, while reducing overall ride quality and making the vehicle incredibly difficult to handle.
You might also notice your car pulling to one side while driving, or one corner of the car sitting lower than the other from a damaged spring or shock. More often than not, you will notice your car nose diving when you brake or squatting when you accelerate. These are all signs you need suspension repair from the experts at Trinity’s Quality Auto Care.
Technicians You Can Trust for Suspension Repair
At Trinity’s Quality Auto Care, all of our technicians are ASE Certified with years of experience in suspension repair matters. They are up to date with the latest suspension repair techniques, employing state-of-the-art equipment to ensure proper replacement of shocks, struts, coils and axles.
Accurate Process to Highlight Suspension Repair Issues
When you come to Trinity’s Quality Auto Care, we will conduct a multi-point inspection and diagnosis process. This includes a thorough visual inspection of the shocks, struts, and suspension, plus a road test to accurately identify any other concerns. For instance, your car could be delivering poor ride quality because of bad alignment, sticking brake calipers, or a faulty steering rack.
No-Pressure Recommendations for Your Suspension Repairs
Upon completion of the inspection and diagnosis process, a suspension repair advisor will provide a comprehensive overview of your vehicle’s condition. We will make sure you fully understand the recommendations for your suspension repair. However, we will not begin the suspension repair process until you approve the work to be done.
High-Quality Replacement of Parts
To ensure longevity, safe operation and smooth driving, we always use OEM or high-quality aftermarket parts for suspension repairs. This includes shocks, bar links and struts, all made of strong materials.