Meyle AG has released a video describing how repair professionals can make shock absorber testing a routine job during vehicle inspection.
The new video is posted on the company’s Meyle TV YouTube channel.
In the video, the “Meyle Mechanics” guide repair professionals through different methods of diagnosing shock absorber damage. In some cases, visual inspection of the tires may reveal areas of local wear – a typical symptom of shock absorber damage. Sometimes, a test drive reveals the telltale signs: if the vehicle feels unresponsive, especially when cornering, or does not go straight without steering corrections or if there are loud clunking noises coming from the car, the shocks are due for replacement, according to the company.
Under its Meyle brand, Meyle AG manufactures and markets a wide range of premium-grade passenger car, van and commercial vehicle spare parts for the independent aftermarket. The Meyle brand's product lines are Meyle-Original, Meyle-HD and Meyle-PD.