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Shock Replacement in Dallas, TX

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Shock Replacement in Dallas, TX

From enjoying a Dallas Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium to going out with friends for an afternoon of great food at the Dallas Farmers Market, no matter where you want to go, a reliable, well-maintained vehicle is a key part of living the Texas lifestyle.

Since Dallas drivers are always on the move, proper vehicle maintenance and handling repair issues sometimes go by the wayside.

Need help with worn-out, bumpy shock absorbers?  

Thanks to smart, transparent technology, there’s a better way for Dallas vehicle owners to get the auto repair services they need (without ever stepping into a service center or repair shop).

AutoNation Mobile Service is the leading mobile mechanic service, and we’re available for busy Dallas, Texas, vehicle owners who want to get some of their valuable time back.

We’ll get a mobile mechanic to you in Dallas for any shock or strut problem, any day of the week.

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Common Worn Shocks Symptoms

  • A bumpy ride, especially at speed bump dropoffs
  • Knocking noises from under the car
  • Vibrating steering wheel
  • Swerving when turning 
  • Steering problems: swaying, dipping, lifting
  • Front of the car dips when braking
  • Fluid leaks on the shocks or tires
  • Uneven tire wear

Common Shock Repairs

1. Shock absorber replacement 

The cost of a shock absorber replacement is between $119 and $862 with an average of $337. Labor costs are estimated between $200-$275, typically taking 1-2 hours for the service.

2. Shocks and struts replacement

The average cost for a suspension shock or strut replacement is between $800 and $900. Labor costs are estimated between $200-$275, typically taking 1-2 hours for the service.

Dallas Shock Replacement FAQ

1. How Do I Schedule an Appointment?

Once you select the service you need, AutoNation Mobile Service will help you find a date and time that works with your schedule. 

2. What Should I Expect From a Service Appointment?

On the day of your appointment, our mechanic will contact you when they arrive at your location. Depending on the work area, our mechanic may move your vehicle to a more appropriate location on site, and they’ll get to work. Once service is complete, our mechanic will contact you, go over a comprehensive report on your vehicle, and answer any questions. They’ll process payment for the service and will be on their way. 

3. What Is A Shock Absorber?

Commonly referred to as a “shock,” a shock absorber is a suspension component responsible for controlling the up and down motion of your car’s wheels.

The shock absorber ensures your vehicle’s tires stay on the ground consistently by managing how the suspension and spring move. This allows your tires to touch the road surface, whether driving straight, going over hills, or driving on a bumpy road. 

4. What’s The Difference Between A Shock And A Strut?

A shock absorber and a strut are different components of the car’s suspension system. 

The strut is built into your suspension system, while the shock absorber connects two parts of the suspension. So the strut contains the coil spring and the shock absorber within itself

Cars will either have a shock or a strut for each wheel — never both. Modern cars have struts on the front wheels and rear axle shocks on the back. So your vehicle’s weight is placed on top of the complete strut assembly and not the rear shocks when driving.

 5. How Often Should Shocks Be Replaced?

Previously, the “rule-of-thumb” was to have your shock absorbers replaced every 50,000 miles.

However, as vehicle technology improves, your shock absorbers can last anywhere from 50,000 to 100,000 miles.

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