Your original Nissan suspension system includes the vehicle's chassis, struts or shock absorbers, and coil springs. Add to those the rods and linkage pieces that connect them all. Then there's the anti-sway bar that adds stability. Finally, there are bushings, joints, and bearings. These deliver the movement required for a safe, controlled drive. While that may seem like a lot of parts at work, they quietly provide you with a smooth ride while staying on the road.
Warning Signs of Suspension Trouble
The factory suspension in your Nissan delivers superior balance and ground clearance. Even a top-quality suspension will show signs of wear, though. You can expect to your original suspension to be good for between 60,000 and 100,000 miles. Your driving style and road conditions can affect that number, though. One common warning sign of suspension problems is that your vehicle leans to one tire when it's parked. Perhaps you hear clunking sounds coming from underneath your Nissan. Both indicate that your suspension may need work. If yours needs repair, order the best parts available Ð authentic Nissan suspension parts. Our online part department can get you set up in with what you need for your model today. Order now and enjoy quick shipping to your door!
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