If you find yourself stranded and parts need to be replaced on your American Motors, then we can help you. Your ride has a long history and reputation for reliability and long-lasting quality, which is probably what makes you love it so much. Seeing that you have a lot of love for a American Motors, you should recognize that keeping it in good working order is important. If a Coil Spring fails it can translate into an unquestionably dangerous experience for even the most seasoned drivers.
If your American Motors feels like it's bouncing or wobbling all over the place, then it's likely one or more of your suspension components is faulty or broken. The most common place to look would be the shocks or struts; however, your coil springs are actually the parts that control how much your chassis bounces and how drastically it does it. The coil springs on your American Motors usually take a long time to rust or get damaged, but you can perform one simple test to see if they need to be replaced. Just push down on the body of your vehicle right above or near the spring, and if the chassis bounces more than twice they need to be changed.
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