Shock

Shock Operation:

A device that uses hydraulic or air pressure to reduce and dampen (absorb) vibrations, up-and-down tire movement and movement of the coil spring. They keep the suspension from bouncing after coil spring compression. Since all passenger and light truck shocks and struts dampen at a ratio of 50:50, the unit with the largest piston diaphragm or shaft assembly will offer the best ride.

How To Instructions:

Inspect - Check for obvious problems.
Test - Give it an in-depth diagnosis.
Service - Do the jobs that fix your car.
Replace - Out with the old, in with the new.

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