Chevrolet Steering and Suspension work in Hackney

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Hopefully our FAQ section has answered some of the questions you may have about the steering and suspension systems. However, if you would like more information, we have the produced the following guide to help you understand the subject in greater detail.

The steering and suspension in your Chevrolet make it possible to control your vehicle and make the ride comfortable.

These two systems are connected and work in tandem which is why they are grouped as one job type by mechanics.


Today there are two basic types of steering systems; Standard Mechanical / Rack and Pinion steering.

The major difference between the two is that the Rack and Piston system has less parts and pivot points, which results in more accurate control and higher responsiveness.

However, this system has a higher chance of leakage which means the steering rack assembly typically requires replacement more often than Standard Mechanical steering.


Suspension is essentially the shock absorbing part of a Chevrolet which allows your car to keep its wheels in firm contact with the road while maintaining traction, it also helps provide passengers with a comfortable ride.

The suspension in your car is mainly comprised of springs and shock absorbers which come in all shapes and sizes depending on the vehicle.

Suspension removes a huge amount of vibration and bumps from a Chevrolet as well as internal noise, so it will be noticeable if something is broken!

Even if your car drives smoothly and comfortably it is always a good idea to have the steering and suspension checked at least once a year.

There are many forces being applied to your steering and suspension as you drive along which means the two systems can be subject to stress from every angle. This means there are many areas which could be affected by driving.

Maintenance tips

To help you understand more, here are common problems and their likely causes;

Chevrolet leans or pulls in one direction
  • Tires are worn out more on one side
  • Steering linkage loose or worn out
  • One brake is dragging/isn’t released
  • Wheels aren’t aligned
  • Tire pressure uneven

  • Steering wheel vibrates
  • Warped or damaged brake rotors/ drums
  • Loose wheel lug nuts
  • Out of balance wheel and tire assemblies
  • Loose steering linkage
  • Bent or damaged wheels
  • Worn/damaged tires

  • Hard to turn wheel (feels like dragging)
  • Low tire pressure
  • Wheels out of alignment
  • Power steering box/rack/power steering pump damaged
  • Low fluid in power steering
  • Power steering drive belt damaged
  • Steering gear requires lubrication

  • Noise when turning a corner
  • Steering belt damaged/loose
  • Fluid in the power steering has air which needs to be bled from the system
  • Low fluid in power steering
  • Loose/damage steering mounts

  • Loose steering
  • Steering linkage is worn out or loose
  • Steering box needs to be turned

  • Bouncy car
  • Worn out shock absorbers
  • Broken or bent shock mounts

  • No power steering
  • No fluid in the power steering system
  • Faulty power steering pump
  • Broken steering belt
  • Contaminated fluid in power steering
  • Low tire pressure

  • Wandering car
  • Weight within the car is unevenly distributed
  • Wheels out of alignment
  • Weak springs
  • Loose steering linkage

  • Steering wheel jerks
  • Steering drive belt damaged/loose
  • Low fluid in power steering
  • Engine idling too low
  • Power steering linkage rubbing against something

  • It is absolutely vital that you pay attention to your car and make sure to keep this information in mind.

    If you ignore the signs that your Chevrolet is showing, you are taking a safety risk.

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