Suspension Service


Man Working On Suspension

Have Your Suspension Checked To Avoid Major Car Problems.

We want to take care of your vehicle just as much as you do. In order to do that, you need to bring your car into Saline Automotive Service to get serviced by one of our professional mechanics. A suspension service in Saline and Ann Arbor, MI will allow us to make sure that your vehicle is safe on the road because if your suspension goes, it is opening you and others on the road up to a lot of danger. All of our mechanics are certified, trained, and licensed so that you can have the peace of mind that you deserve when it comes to mechanical work on your vehicle. If you call us at (734) 429-2886, we can get an appointment made for you to come in as soon as it is convenient for you. We can go over everything with you and will always be upfront, without offering anything to you that you don’t need. We are not salespeople. We are here to keep you safe and get your vehicle running properly on the road.

Suspension Inspection And Repair

Bumpy rides are a hallmark of a failing suspension system. When this happens, your vehicle can become extremely dangerous to you and those around you. Regular inspections can keep this system at its best and most stable. The recommended inspection mileage is fifty thousand miles for many vehicles. Our ASE certified auto mechanics provide quality repair work for all makes and models, both domestic and foreign. Our goal is to provide our customer with honesty and proper maintenance to extend the life of your vehicle. Call Saline Automotive at (734) 429-2886 for suspension inspection and repair for your vehicle today!

Affect On Your Vehicle


Suspension Absorbs The Shock When You Drive.

The suspension is responsible for keeping your car stable while you drive it. It absorbs the shocks from the road and allows you to be comfortable in the car. When it breaks down, the shocks that were once absorbed will affect the body of your vehicle and even your engine. Rattling, bumpiness, and even body roll can all arise from this failure. If you experience these, your car is unsafe for operation and should be taken to your local auto mechanic. Our shop offers roadside assistance help for when you need it. Give us a call today at (734) 429-2886 for your suspension inspection and repair.

Ball Joint Repair

Ball Joint Repair

Ball Joint

If Your Steering Wheel Is Pulling One Way Or Another, Check Your Ball Joints.

The ball joints on your vehicle are the bearing in the shape of spheres that connect the steering knuckles to the control arms. The parts of this piece are made entirely of steel and is completely closed up in casing. This keeps dirt and rusting from happening inside of the joint itself. These two pieces help to stop vibration from happening. These pieces are pretty small and can fit in the palm of the hand, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t crucial in the proper running of your vehicle. If you experience any of the following symptoms, give us a call at (734) 429-2886 and we can take a look for you.

Symptoms Of a Bad Ball Joint

  • More vibration than usual coming from the vehicle
  • Steering wheel moving around all of the time
  • Loud noises coming from the front of the suspension (clunking)

Sway Bar Repair Service

Sway Bar Repair Service

Sway Bar

Keep Your Car Steady and Get Your Sway Bar Inspected.

Have you heard a clunking while driving? Is your steering seeming a little loose? Your car’s stability is controlled by a stabilizer called your sway bar. This is connected to your suspension. When it fails, it can make your car extremely dangerous to drive and hard to handle. Our auto mechanics at Saline Automotive Service offer repair service for this stabilizer to keep your car road ready and safe. We offer twelve month, twelve thousand mile warranties on all of our parts and labor. If you need sway bar repair service in Ann Arbor, MI or Saline, MI, call us today at (734) 429-2886 to speak with one of our expert auto technicians.

Common Problems

The most common problems occur with the links and bushings attaching these stabilizers to the car itself. When problems with these arise, you will begin to hear a clunking noise or have your steering wheel begin to act up, respectively. To ensure the health of these, having your local auto repair shop inspect these during your suspension or tire inspection. They will be more accessible during this time. When you need inspection or sway bar repair service, give us a call at (734) 429-2886 for the best service in town!