Shocks and struts do wear out and should be checked every 12,000 miles just to be safe and replaced every 50,000 to 60,000 miles. Shocks & Struts at Brake-O-RamaSan Clemente Auto Center provides quality shocks and struts replacement service at an affordable price. Our shocks and struts repair is dependable and convenient.


Your vehicle’s suspension system is critical to helps keep the wheels in contact with the road. Signs of bad shocks or struts or worn springs include a bouncy or uncomfortable ride, bottoming out, the front end of the vehicle diving or loss of control while making a sudden stop, the vehicle swerving more than normal while changing lanes, and a vehicle that sags in the front or the rear.

Shock Service
Shocks are designed to provide a specific amount of resistance every time the wheels on your vehicle move up and down, or when your car goes into a turn. Shocks can wear out in as little as 25,000 to 30,000 miles due to the constant motion your car, truck or SUV. Come in for a Free Shock & Strut Inspection.

Strut Service
Struts control spring and suspension movement to keep tires in contact with the road.
Coil Spring Service
Coil springs help shocks and struts keep vehicle bounce to a minimum.

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Worn steering and suspension can cause noise, vibration, premature tire wear and misalignment. That’s why Brake-O-Rama will perform a complete steering and suspension system inspection with every alignment and safety check. By replacing worn parts you regain steering control and handling which will return your vehicle to its original operating performance.

Steering & Suspension Service, San Clemente Auto Center offers:

  1. ball joints
  2. bushings
  3. sway bar links
  4. center links
  5. idler arms/pitman arms
  6. rack and pinion units
  7. tie rod ends/sleeves
  8. cv joints/boots
  9. cv axle half shafts
  10. shock absorbers
  11. struts/cartridges
  12. coil springs
  13. Universal joints and springs