It can be difficult for you to know whether there is a problem with the suspension. You may notice that there is something wrong with your car, but you may not attribute it to the suspension system. Your car may pull to one side while you are driving if there is a suspension problem. However, this can also be caused by uneven tire pressure, sticking brake caliper, and poor alignment. Only a professional can determine whether there is a problem with your suspension system.

You may also feel every bump on the road if there is an issue with the suspension system. Your struts or shocks are likely worn out. Additionally, you can perform a bounce test to see if there is a problem with the suspension. Put your weight on the front end of the car. Your car should not rock back and forth more than three times.

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