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It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.
|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2004 Ford F-150 Heritage||$175||$90.69||$84.00||20%||$219.69|
|2014 Chrysler 300||$156||$71.59||$84.00||22%||$200.59|
|2005 Subaru Legacy||$142||$57.96||$84.00||24%||$186.96|
|2013 Lexus GS450h||$308||$223.99||$84.00||12%||$352.99|
|2009 Lincoln MKS||$157||$73.23||$84.00||22%||$202.23|
|2006 BMW M3||$144||$60.18||$84.00||23%||$189.18|
While your front suspension is the most important for handling and steering, the rear also plays a significant role. There are fewer suspension components in the rear of your car, but one of the most critical is the lateral link. It connects the hub to the midpoint of the body, and keeps the wheel/hub assembly upright and centered while driving.
Lateral links are hollow metal tubes with a connection point on either end. Over time, the tube is exposed to significant amounts of stress and heat, but overall failure is uncommon.
Your lateral links are critical to overall vehicle performance. A damaged or broken lateral link can cause undue tire wear, reduce ride quality, and compromise your ability to drive. Immediately have your vehicle diagnosed and repaired by one of our expert mechanics if you suspect any type of suspension problem.
A damaged lateral link can cause serious damage to tires, and even put you at risk while driving on the road. It can throw off your steering and handling to a significant degree. Our recommendation is to have the problem immediately diagnosed and repaired by on of our expert mechanics.