Car Bouncing Causes
Strange bouncing motions in your vehicle might be alarming, sudden, and even dangerous especially when you’re on a crowded or slippery road. In this blog entry, the vehicle recovery experts here at Chicago Towing will detail the top reasons your car might suddenly experience bouncing.
Tire issues can be the cause of bouncing vehicles. Recently installed tires may have been improperly installed, being misaligned or not inflated enough – both issues that can cause bouncing.
The steering components of your vehicle allows you to control the vehicle at all times when driving. If your car is only bouncing when you turn the steering wheel, your steering components probably require repair. The steering areas of your vehicle have rack bushings that can cause an uneven ride when they are too stiff or loose – or it’s possible a simple alignment issue within the steering column is the cause of the bouncing problem.
Your vehicle’s suspension keeps your tires connected to the road and provides you with a smooth ride. Suspension and steering are too systems that can be considered married – so if inspection of your steering features prove that there’s no issues with them, it’s likely a suspension issue. It’s common for mechanics to find damage in your shock absorbers, ball joints, sway bars, or springs – all components that, when malfunctioning, can cause your vehicle to shake or bounce.
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