The front shock absorber of the car is broken, and the vehicle will have the following performance during driving:
The shock absorber leaks oil: When the shock absorber is normal, the appearance is neat, no cracks, and no oil leakage. If the shock absorber seal is aged and poorly sealed, or the shock absorber shell is cracked, it may cause oil leakage during operation.
When a car passes over a bumpy road or speed bump, a certain wheel makes a "bang" sound: When the vehicle is driving on a bumpy road, a certain wheel makes a "bang" sound, indicating that the shock absorber on this wheel The shock absorption effect is poor or invalid.
When a car is cornering, the steering wheel has an obvious heaviness: If the steering wheel has an obvious heaviness when the car is cornering, it may be that the shock absorber is faulty, resulting in a reduced shock absorption effect.
The car has abnormal vibration during driving: If the vehicle has abnormal vibration during driving, it may be caused by a shock absorber failure.
Abnormally high shock absorber shell temperature: If there is a fault inside the shock absorber, it may cause the shock absorber shell temperature to be abnormally high, and may even cause a fire.
If your vehicle has the above situation, it is recommended to stop for inspection in time and send the vehicle to a professional auto repair shop for repair.