Berwick Auto Electrics
& Mechanical was
established in 1978


and since that time it has been providing
prompt, high quality workmanship to the
Berwick & surrounding districts.

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Where are we?
29 Enterprise Ave, BERWICK

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Suspension and Steering

Minimize

Worn steering, suspension and drive line components can cause noise, vibration, premature tyre wear and misalignment. That’s why we perform a complete steering and suspension system inspection with every alignment. By replacing worn parts you regain steering control and handling which will return your vehicle to its original operating performance.

Key parts we repair or replace include:

  • ball joints
  • bushings
  • sway bar links
  • center links
  • idler arms/pitman arms
  • rack and pinion units
  • tie rod ends/sleeves
  • cv joints/boots
  • cv axle half shafts
  • shock absorbers
  • struts/cartridges
  • coil springs
  • universal joints and springs
  • Shocks & Struts replacement

Weak shocks may cause an uncomfortable ride and poor handling in addition to changes in vehicle ride height. This may lead to increased wear on other suspension components - including Tyres, ball joints and springs.

Shocks and struts do wear out and should be checked regular just to be safe. At Auto Tech Automotive we a provide quality shocks and struts replacement service at an affordable price.

Warning Signs

Due to the fact that shocks and struts wear out slowly over an extended period of time, it often is not obvious that the performance of the shocks and struts have diminished. Worn shocks or struts may allow the following:

  • Excessive tire bounce
  • Poor tyre-to-road contact
  • Reduced suspension control
  • Premature tyre wear
  • Iincreased wear on other suspension components
  • Reduced handling and braking performance
  • Noise and suspension vibration

Shocks & Struts Service Includes

  • Replace worn/damaged shocks and struts
  • Inspect mounting bushings/plates/hardware
  • Replace those pieces if needed at additional charge