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Quality Suspension repair services in SLC

Keeping all the components of your suspension system maintained is essential for your safety. It’s important to Bring your vehicle in for routine inspections so we can detect issues early on.

Is Your Ride Starting To Get Rough?

The suspension is the key part in providing stable handling of your car, absorbing energy from bumps on the road, and keeping your tires on the ground. Our goal is to not only keep you safe on the road, but to keep you comfortable as well.

During our suspension inspection, our mechanics will inspect all major systems & parts relating to your suspension, including:


Drivetrain Parts

Differentials and CV joints, CV boots and U-Joints.


Suspension System

Front end, rear end, shocks, struts, coil springs, and bushings.



Power steering fluid, power steering mechanisms including tie rods, rack & pinion, etc.

Common Signs Your Car Needs Suspension Services

It’s time to bring your vehicle into Pyle Auto for expert repairs if you notice any of the following symptoms:


Pulling To One Side Or Difficulty Steering

If one or more suspension components are damaged or malfunctioning, it can affect your vehicle’s alignment. 


Bumpy Ride

If your vehicle has suspension issues, you may feel nearly every bump and dip while driving.


One Side Or Corner Feels Lower

If one or more suspension components are damaged, such as a blown out shock or weak springs, you may feel your vehicle is sitting lower on one corner or side.


Dipping When Braking

A bad car suspension can cause the weight & force of your vehicle to push the front end down while braking.

Schedule Today For A Quick, Comprehensive Inspection

At Pyle Automotive, we can quickly get you in for quality suspension repairs and services. Contact us today at (801) 467-7455, and we will be happy to answer any questions or get you scheduled for a quick inspection. We’re here to help!


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“Pyle Automotive was recommended to me by a couple different people with whom I work. They completed a lot of work in just over a day and the final price was 10% less than the estimate! I had a great overall experience with them and will be a repeat customer for sure. I would recommend them to anyone looking to have work done on their vehicle.”

-Eric W. Carlson

“Been taking my vehicles here for years. They treat their customers well, perform great work and are affordable and honest. Will forever take my cars here and suggest them to others.”

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It’s important to take care of problems with your vehicle right away. To make it easier for you to take care of your vehicle and to avoid problems, here are the answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us today.

How often should I have my suspension and steering checked?

The suspension system should receive a comprehensive inspection about every 15,000 miles or anytime you see irregular wear on your tread. However, if your vehicle has been in an accident, you would need to have your car checked for damage right away.

When do do you need to replace your suspension?

Just kike any part of your vehicle, parts of your suspension system will need to be replaced. This is especially true with your shocks and struts. It may be necessary to replace your shocks or struts between 50,000 and 100,000 miles. This number will vary depending on the type of roads you drive on. If you often drive on rough or bumpy roads, you may need to replace your shocks or struts sooner than later.

What is the best way to keep your suspension in good condition?

The best way to keep your suspension in good condition is to have regular maintenance done. Maintaining your car’s suspension is important for your safety and the safety of others. Every time you go in for routine maintenance, have a technician inspect all suspension parts for signs of swelling, cracking, or oil leaks