The coil springs of a car are fixed around the shock absorbers. They absorb the movement of the car when driving. In addition, coil springs increase the vehicle’s adherence to the ground.
Coil springs are usually fixed at the front of the car. In general, they wear due to use. When you start hearing a noise when driving over speed bumps or holes, you ought to think about replacing your coil springs. At Mister-Auto.com, we recommend you change your coil springs in sets of two, so per axle to avoid instabilities to your car.
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