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21st September 2017
“George was a delght, polite, friendly and the consumate professional, replaced two front springs and a split inner gaiter with the no fuss and work carried out far faster than taking my car to any garage, kept me up to date with his arrival time. I love the fact that you can source your own parts and there`s no issue with George fitting them for you, absolutely delighted and will certainly use George and Clickmechanic again and will quite happily recommend them to anybody“


Volvo S40 • Front road spring (both) replacement

1st December 2016
“George done a great job nice guy very pleased 5 stars.”


Volkswagen Golf V • Water pump replacement

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Quedgeley , 21 years of experience

21st September 2017
“Great guy..great communication..woukd recommend ”


Volkswagen Polo • Front road spring replacement

13th November 2015
“Very pleased with the car Dan was very friendly and got on with the job I would definitely recommend Click mechanic to anyone who needs a car repair and paid a very good price for a replacement clutch”


Peugeot 306 • Clutch replacement (Plate, cover & release bearing)


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Maidstone , 8 years of experience

21st September 2017
“martin has done a few jobs for my wife and myself now......each time he has been on time and communicated well and polite. He has done a great job and been happy with the results....if the job turns out to be a problem he`d go further to finish the job. 5stars.“


Vauxhall/Opel Vectra-C • Front road spring (both) replacement

21st January 2017
“Martin did a really good job - Thanks.”


Kia Sportage • Fuel filter/sedimenter replacement


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Bristol , 25 years of experience

18th September 2017
“Andy was great, he managed to do the work at short notice and was quick.”


Ford Focus • Front road spring replacement

4th February 2017
“Andrew was very good. Text me with arrival time as promised, job completed in time quoted.”


Peugeot 4007 • Rear brake pads (all) replacement

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Southampton , 12 years of experience

15th September 2017
“Jon is a very good and reliable mechanic. I have used him before and will use him again if needed. ”


Mercedes-Benz C-Class • Rear road spring (both) replacement

26th May 2017
“Very pleased with Jon's work and would be pleased to recommend
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Want to learn more about Coil Spring replacements?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

What does a Coil Spring do?

A coil spring is a helical spring that compresses and expands as you drive over a road surface, it absorbs the bumps in the road and counters excessive bouncing that might occur after the initial shock absorption. With other words, the coil spring smooths out the road's irregularities.

The coil spring encapsulates, in many cases, the shock absorber and essentially forms a single unit that is mounted between the upper and lower wishbone. Sometimes a coil / shock absorber unit can also be part of a suspension strut, as in a MacPherson suspension system.

How do you know there is something wrong with a Coil Spring?

  • When the car bounces on excessively after driving over a hump or similar.
  • When the car feels unstable going through a corner.
  • When the car leans to one side.
  • When the body of the car rolls more than usual through corners.
  • When the impact of navigating over humps is harder than normal.
  • When there is a squeaking or thudding noise coming from the suspension.

When should you consider a Coil Spring replacement?

Over time, a coil spring can wear. The protective plastic coating fitted to most springs can flake due to continuous compression and expansion of the spring, often corroding the spring and leading to an increasingly brittle metal spring. The small cracks that appear can lead to bigger cracks and eventually the spring can snap.

It is therefore important that the condition of the coil springs are checked regularly, to prevent further, more expensive, damage to the car. A broken coil spring will render the car unsafe to drive. In some cases the car will lean to one side upsetting the balance of the suspension. Moreover, the spring might puncture the tyre or the car's body can collapse onto the wheel leading to a potentially dangerous driving situation.

Problems with the coil springs that are not addressed timely and professionally can thus lead to a variety of other, more expensive, issues. Should you experience problems with a coil spring then it is advisable to have the system inspected and, if necessary, have the coil spring replaced.

To ensure a well-balanced suspension system the coil springs are, depending on which spring has failed, replaced in front pairs or rear pairs. Always service the coil spring as and when stipulated in the guidelines set out by your car's manufacturer.

What happens during a Coil Spring replacement?

  • The mechanic will inspect the suspension system and coil springs in detail.
  • If necessary, the mechanic will replace the front or rear pair of coil springs.
  • The mechanic will advise if other components need to be replaced.
  • The mechanic will check the suspension again and test drive the car.
  • If necessary, the mechanic will make adjustments.

How much does a Coil Spring Replacement cost?

The cost of a coil spring replacement depends on your car and what parts your car's manufacturer recommends using for the replacement. Find out what you could save by having your coil spring replaced by ClickMechanic, by selecting your car at the top of this page!

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