Steering & Front End Repair

Front End Services:

  • Steering System Inspection:Our thorough inspection process helps identify any issues with your vehicle's steering system. From loose steering to worn-out components, we'll pinpoint the problem and recommend the necessary repairs.
  • Power Steering Repair:If you're experiencing difficulty turning the steering wheel or unusual noises when turning, our technicians are equipped to diagnose and repair issues with your power steering system promptly.
  • Steering Fluid Flush and Replacement:Over time, steering fluid can become contaminated, leading to decreased steering performance. We offer comprehensive fluid flush and replacement services to ensure optimal steering function.
  • Front End Alignment:Proper alignment is crucial for maintaining even tire wear and optimal handling. Our state-of-the-art alignment equipment and skilled technicians will adjust your vehicle's alignment to factory specifications for a smooth and safe ride.
  • Suspension Repair:A worn-out suspension can affect your vehicle's stability and handling, especially during turns. Our suspension repair services address issues such as worn shocks, struts, and bushings to restore your vehicle's ride comfort and control.
  • Ball Joint and Tie Rod Replacement:Damaged or worn ball joints and tie rods can compromise steering responsiveness and safety. We specialize in the replacement of these critical components to ensure your vehicle's steering system operates flawlessly.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are some common signs that my car's steering or front-end needs repair?
Look out for symptoms like difficulty steering, vibrations or shaking while driving, uneven tire wear, pulling to one side, or a wandering steering wheel.
How often should I have my steering and front-end components inspected?
It's recommended to have them inspected during regular maintenance intervals, typically every 12,000 to 15,000 miles or once a year, depending on driving conditions.
Can I drive with a worn-out tie rod or ball joint?
It's not safe to drive with worn-out steering components as they can lead to loss of control or steering failure. It's best to have them replaced as soon as possible.