REPLACE YOUR SHOCKS OR STRUTS TO STOP UP TO 10 FEET SOONER.
Install four new Monroe® shocks or struts and help improve braking distance by up to 10 feet*
Poor steering response, stiffness or noise
Dented or damaged shock or strut bodies
Excessive “nose dive”
Fluid leaks from
shock or strut body
corroded or worn
mounts or bushings
Vehicle sways or leans
on turns or when
Excessive vehicle bounce
- Visual Signs: If you're wondering when to replace your shocks and struts, take examine your vehicle for signs of problems. If there are noticeable fluid leaks; if the shocks, struts or mounts look dented or damaged; or if your tires show unusual wear patterns, like cupping, it may be time to replace them.
- Vehicle Handling: It can be hard to tell when to replace your struts, but if you experience a generally bumpy or shaky ride; have poor steering response, stiffness or noise when steering; have instability when braking; or swaying/leaning while turning or changing lanes, it's probably time for new struts and shocks.
- Mileage: Testing has shown that at around 50,000 miles, original equipment shocks and struts may be worn to the point of needing replacing (depending on vehicle and driving conditions).
Our expert technicians can help you determine which service you need and when.