Steering, Suspension and Drivetrain Systems

Keep your ride smooth with regular maintenance.

Have you noticed uneven tire wear? Maybe an off-center steering wheel when driving? Swaying, drifting, pulling or difficult steering? How about vibrations, shuddering or a rough and bouncy ride? Any of these symptoms may indicate the need for service or repairs to your vehicle’s steering and suspension system.

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Full-Service at Lamb’s

Your steering, suspension and drivetrain systems are important to ensure a smooth ride every time. We provide thorough visual inspections, road test your vehicles to confirm your concerns and perform component testing for proper function. Undercar services and repair include, but are not limited to, ball joints, axle repair and replacement, and steering joints.

Why Suspension and Steering Are Important

The suspension and steering system is responsible for keeping your tires in constant contact with the road surface and providing you the controls to make the necessary adjustments to changing driving conditions.

Warnings to Look For

Our technicians can perform a professional inspection of your suspension and steering system. Come see us if you notice uneven tire wear, excessive bouncing while driving, shuddering acceleration, rough or harsh suspension while driving, clunking at takeoff or stopping, whining under acceleration or deceleration or popping while turning or shifting gears.

What Our Customers Are Saying

"I have been going to Lamb’s for over 15 years. Always more than satisfied. My wife and I have sent many of our friends to you and will continue to do so. Thank you for being a trusted locally owned shop."

- Brian C.

"All employees were polite, professional and knowledgeable. Can’t ask for more than that!"

- Robin M.

"Great job. I was in and out quickly, and they were very prompt and courteous. They also kept me posted at every step, so there was never a question concerning what was going on."

- T. G.
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