Shocks and struts will help stabilize your Mopar car's movements and suspension. They assist with functions like turning, braking, and accelerating. They even help as you drive on rough road surfaces. You may be wondering how often you'll have to replace them. The answer is every 40,000 or 50,000 miles, but 75,000 to 90,000 miles is about average.
Signs You Should Replace Shocks and Struts
Over time, your shocks and struts may have issues, but don't be alarmed. There are some warning symptoms that you can look out for. Usually, these signs come up before the problem gets too serious. These signs may include:
- Rougher ride quality
- Leaning too far forward when your car stops
- Vehicle is pulling to the side during turns
- Uneven tire treads
- A film of grease on the shocks or struts
Repair Your Vehicle's Suspension with OEM Shocks and Struts
The best way to fix or replace your shocks and struts is with genuine Mopar parts. Not only are these parts designed by your OEM, but they will also fit the model you drive, guaranteed. Feel free to place an order now, and we will ship it directly to your preferred address. Order genuine Mopar parts today and save!
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