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Suspension & shock absorber servicing

We provide suspension and shock absorber repairs and maintenance at our workshop in Slacks Creek, south of Brisbane. Your shocks are vital to keeping your car working safely and efficiently so don't delay your service, make a booking today.

At Kiwi French Automotive we are dedicated to delivering a high quality service at a competitive price which means maximum value for you. Our technicians are fully qualified and experienced, we have hundreds of happy and returning customers and our work is backed by Repco's Nationwide Warranty for your peace of mind. We look forward to seeing you soon.

What do my suspension and shock absorbers do?

Your car's suspension and shock absorbers maintain optimal contact and friction between the vehicle's tyres and the road including while cornering, in wet weather and while braking. The suspension absorbs the energy and the shocks dissipate it.

When do shocks or suspension need servicing?

They should both be inspected regularly as per your log book servicing requirements, however, if you notice any of the following then you should book in for a service;

  • Uneven tyre wear
  • Steering wheel vibration
  • The bonnet dips when braking
  • Car rocks and rolls over bumps
  • Car doesn't hug corner when turning
  • Takes longer to stop when braking
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Specialist services.

We offer and excel at many servicing types. As a member of the Repco Auto Tech training program we ensure our technicians are kept up to date with all modern vehicle repair methods.

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