About Shock Absorber:
A mechanical or hydraulic device used to absorb and dampen shock impulses is known as a shock absorber or damper. It accomplishes this by transforming the shock's kinetic energy into another form of energy, usually heat, which is subsequently lost. The majority of shock absorbers are dashpots (a damper that resists motion via viscous friction).
For instance, the springs lessen the shocks on the body caused by a rough road surface by acting as a cushion between the axles and the body. A car's body may move excessively up and down depending on the road surface and speed. These vibratory vibrations are slowed down and diminished in intensity using shock absorbers.
Symptoms of Shock Absorber Failure:
Following are signs of a bad Shock Absorber:
- Steering Wheel Vibration
- Longer Stopping Distance
- Excessive Bouncing, Serving & Diving
- Uneven Tie Wear
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