If roads were perfectly smooth, your Nissan would not need its suspension system. However, roads are full of bumps, dips, and cracks - all things that require parts in place that will help to absorb shock. Your suspension system includes things like coil springs and shocks that absorb impact,Ê making your ride as smooth as possible. These parts also protect your frame. If any of these items wear out, it's a good idea to get them replaced so that you're not having issues with control on the road. When your suspension is wearing down, the most obvious thing you'll experience is an increase in bumpiness on the road. Your shocks and struts can start to wear down and cause your vehicle to feel like it is "bouncing" on the road. Another thing you might feel is your car drifting or pulling when you're making a turn. This can indicate the shocks are not keeping your Nissan stable against the force of a turn. Something else that is wise to check would be your tire tread. If this is wearing down unevenly, it's a sign that your suspension isn't supporting your frame evenly. Find the best OEM suspension parts for your Nissan here.
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