Symptoms of a Worn Suspension
If your suspension rides very rough, chances are you need to repair or replace your shock absorbers. Your shock absorbers use fluid to absorb road vibrations and impacts, but over time, that fluid can leak, hence the rough ride. Here at Neudorf Enterprises, we have the tools and equipment to fix shock absorbers of all kinds. Call today to book an appointment for service.
Heavy-duty trucks with air suspension use compressed air to inflate airbags. However, if you have an air leak, you’ll likely notice that your airbags can’t hold as much weight as they once did. Air leaks usually happen on air lines and valves, but in rare cases, your airbags themselves may also leak. If you think you have a compressed air leak, we strongly recommend bringing your truck in for service. If your air suspension fails on one side of your heavy-duty vehicle, your cargo may roll off to that side, endangering the lives of you and everyone else on the road.
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