The key to servicing these systems is proper information and understanding precisely how these systems operate.
Presenting your customer with inspection results and benefits of replacement will help sell the job.
What is the cause for the failure? Why does it occur with specific vehicles? The answers might surprise you.
If one of these sensors is replaced, it must be calibrated after it is installed.
Air ride and active shocks and struts will eventually fail – succumbing to either damage to or dry rot of the air spring.
The secret to this job is building the total package that optimizes the chassis, springs and ride control components.
A proper test drive can clarify the real problem. This video is presented by The Group Training Academy.
Worn shocks can result in a 15% to 20% increase in braking distances. Sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
AutoRide comes standard on the GMC Yukon Denali and Yukon XL Denali.
Hydraulic suspension bushings were developed in response to specific customer desires: quieter and better-handling vehicles.
Roll bars on modern vehicles are oftentimes a compromise between stability and comfort.