Worn out struts and shocks can make your GM car, truck, or SUV difficult to control in steering, braking, and on uneven roadways. Symptoms of worn or damaged struts include an audible rattle coming from one or more wheels when hitting bumps or potholes, excessive vehicle bounce, or the vehicle swaying or leaning in turns or lane changes. Replacing bad struts or shocks in pairs (front or rear) will stabilize your control and give you smooth ride. GMPartsNow has full strut assemblies for the beginning do-it-yourselfer and individual strut replacement parts including coil springs, shock absorbers, upper strut mount plates, and bushing kits for the pro mechanic. There’s also a chance that if the strut is worn or damaged that it may have affected other nearby parts in the suspension system. Other parts in this area of your GM vehicle that you may want to check for wear during this repair are control arms, anti-sway bars, ball joints, and steering links. GMPartsNow has all of these Genuine GM parts available today in our gigantic warehouse. Shop GMPartsNow for the replacement parts to complete your total repair.
Superior performance in traction control, steering, and braking is guaranteed with Genuine GM auto parts from GMPartsNow. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) shock and strut replacement parts are precision engineered for your GM car, truck, or SUV including heavy duty Chevy trucks, like the Chevy Silverado<, a> and Saturn Vue.
Shocks or struts may show wear or damage if the vehicle nose dives on braking, bottoms out on bumps, or leans heavily to one side on turns. Test your shocks and struts by pushing down on the car over the wheel. If the car bounces up and down instead of quickly returning to a stationary position, the shock or strut is bad and needs to be replaced. It’s recommended to replace shocks and struts in pairs (fronts or rears) since they experience wear and tear at a similar rate as their left or right counterpart. Find the right replacement parts for your vehicle by searching the VIN, make and model, or by the part name. GMPartsNow is your one stop shop for all your GM vehicle suspension needs.
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