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San Antonio, Tx 78232

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San Antonio, Tx 78247

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Suspension Repair San Antonio

Suspension SpecialistsBrake Works has been a trusted leader in suspension repair in San Antonio, TX for 30 years. We can fix any suspension issue you may have at affordable prices.

We start by assessing the entire suspension system, looking for any issues that could be putting the driver or others on the road at risk. Once we diagnose any problems at hand, we can then assist by offering any of the following suspension services.


Services We Provide:

  • Wheel alignment
  • Wheel balancing
  • Camber and caster adjustment
  • Repair or replacement of springs, bushing, pins, struts, shocks, or other suspension components
  • Steering column repair or replacement
  • Full suspension system replacement


Service Benefits We Offer:

  • 100% customer satisfaction
  • Family owned for 30 years
  • Warrantied suspension work
  • We can work on virtually any car


Been hearing weird noises while driving your car?

See the checklist below. It will mean you need suspension repair — right away!

Grunting or squeaking:

A grunting or squeaking sound — especially when driving over a bump or in a turn — can indicate your steering system is done. If left alone for long enough, it will cause you to lose control of your car!


Rattling usually means there is a loose part, and if that part plays a role in your ability to steer, brake, or control your car, you will be in big trouble should it fail completely.

Hinge noises:

Do you hear something that sounds like an old squeaky door? This can mean your suspension’s ball joints are wearing out. Prepare yourself for a rough ride!


If you hear knocking when you turn, it usually means your shocks are worn out. This will cause your coil springs to vibrate and wear on your car’s chassis. This needs immediate attention.



Brake Works has 5 star reviews across Yelp and Google Reviews. We stand 100% behind our service and our customers.


Get Your Suspension Repaired Today

Is your car driving roughly? Is it loud, bumpy, or noisy? Is it hard to brake or stop quickly? Then you may have a suspension problem at work. Make it a point to stop by a San Antonio Brake Works location as soon as possible, and let our experienced suspension repair specialists take a look. We’ll make sure your car is in top condition before you hit the road.