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Bonnet and Tailgate Struts

Struts

By Gal Aharon

Struts are typically composed of shocks and spring. Depending on where they are placed, struts have various functions.

 

For hatches, struts are responsible for making it easier to open and close hatches. They employ various mechanisms to accomplish this task, ranging from gas powered struts to tension/compression springs and even metal slides. Struts may also be placed in the car’s suspension system to provide a smoother driver and assist in turning the car’s wheels.

 

To make sure you are getting the most use of your struts, follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and get them checked approximately every 5,000 mi (about 8,000 km).

 

 

Car Struts Replacement

 

Car not driving smoothly? Boot feel heavier than usual? Think your car has a struts problem?

 

Find out how much strut replacement costs.

 

Go to Engie and find the best mechanic near you.

 

 

 

Bonnet and Tailgate Struts