Shocks & Struts
Your vehicle's shock absorbers work to keep the bouncing of the vehicle to a minimum. When we go over bumps or hit a pot hole these shocks absorb a brunt of the added pressure to ensure a smooth ride. Similarly, struts are a structural part of the suspension system that works with coil springs to keep the height and stability of your vehicle.
 Your Steering System
Your vehicle's steering is the most used part of the vehicle. We take our steering for granted and don't always know what goes into it. Without proper steering components our vehicles would be tough to maneuver. Power steering allows for quick turns and safety maneuvers to work properly. Tie Rods and Ball Joints under our vehicles work with the steering system to move the wheels in the direction we request. Any pulling, jerking or tough turning with your steering wheel should be checked out by a technician at Anchorage Chrysler Center. 
 Know Your Vehicle
A vehicle's Steering and Suspension are tied into many mechanics on the undercarriage of your vehicle. Just hitting a pot hole or curb can throw many things out of whack. Most common is your steering alignment which affects the tires traction on the ground and can lead to more issue with your suspension down the road. If you feel your vehicle pulling to one side, feel vibrations, or hear rubbing sounds you should come into Anchorage Chrysler Center for an inspection. Our experienced technicians will be able to diagnose the issue and give you a recommended solution.