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Learn More About Replacement Shocks and Struts for Your Ford Vehicle

One of the most expensive car repairs are shock and strut replacements. Ford Parts Center is here to help with affordable OEM Ford Replacement Shock Absorbers and Struts.

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Find the best replacement shocks and struts you need and shop online. Learn more about why shocks and struts are essential to the high performance of your Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury vehicle. 

What are Shocks?

A shock is made up of three parts: a piston rod, piston, and base value. Similar to an oil pump, shock absorbers regulate vehicle suspension. As your car is suspended, hydraulic fluid works inside the piston to slow down the spring and force. Shocks are crucial to protect your vehicle from road conditions and reduce the bounce, roll, and brake dive of a car.

What are Struts?

A strut is part of your suspension system and consists of a coil spring, strut housing, upper ball joint, and a damping unit. Struts work similarly to shock absorbers and damping pressure. It works in conjunction to the velocity of the car’s bounce. Struts also have a second duty and maintain structural support of vehicle suspension. It supports the springs and holds the tire in proper position.

When Should I Replace My Shocks or Struts?

There are many signs that you and your auto technician can identify that it’s time to replace your struts. You may start to notice your car is stiff and noisy when steering or your vehicle is particularly bouncy when you go over shallow hills. Examine under your car. If you notice fluid has leaked onto your struts or there are broken and corroded mounts or bushings, it’s probably time for replacement struts and shocks.

A few other symptoms will be in your car’s performance. You will notice instability when you brake and your car may sway or lean when you shift lanes. Typically, shocks and struts need to be replaced around every 50,000 miles. 

Find Replacement Shocks and Struts for Your Ford Vehicle

Is it time to replace the shocks or struts on your Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury car, truck, or SUV? If you know the VIN number for your vehicle, simply put it in the search bar above. Otherwise, you can search by year, make, and model to find the arts that will work with your car. Still have questions? Contact our certified parts experts who are always ready to help!