Drivetrain and Suspension

Drivetrain And Suspension Service

Your vehicle’s drivetrain includes the wheels, suspension system, drive shaft, engine and transmission. My Mechanic’s drivetrain and suspension service can make a big difference when it comes to optimal vehicle performance. Some signs that you may need drivetrain and suspension servicing include excessive wear on one edge of your tires, vibrations or “pulling” while steering, or fluid leaks between the drive wheels. My Mechanic’s drivetrain and suspension services include an inspection of all of the following:

  • CV boots and joints
  • Differentials
  • Drive axles
  • Control arms and ball joints
  • Power steering system and pump
  • Shocks and struts
  • Transmission
  • Wheel alignment and balancing

Why Do I Need My Drivetrain and Suspension Serviced?

When your Drivetrain is maintained, your engine works efficiently, resulting in a more fuel efficient car. Your drivetrain relies on your suspension system to relay the engine’s power to the wheels. As your vehicle travels down the road, the suspension system keeps the car in balance and absorbs shock from bumps, pot holes and other road conditions. If you don’t maintain your suspension system, it creates more than just an uncomfortable ride, it creates an unsafe vehicle.