The Acura TL is a mid-sized luxury sports sedan known for its stylish but restrained look. Unlike most luxury sports vehicles, the Acura TL caters mostly to people who like vehicles that exhibit ample sensibility interspersed with understated elegance. Though well built and highly capable of excellent performance, the TL suffers from shock absorber problems that hamper its ability to deliver superior driving experience.
Automobile tires are always subject to early wear because of frequency in use. However, there are times when tires wear out prematurely because of damaged shocks. When you notice cupping or scalloped patterns on your tire, check your vehicle's shocks for damage. Worn-out shocks need to be replaced to restore your automobile's performance. Replacing it entails the removal of other suspension systems parts, so it's best to diagnose other possible suspension problems while installing new shocks.
While vehicles show signs of slight recoil during driving, too much bounce can be attributed to used-up shocks. You can check if your automobile bounces excessively by pushing down its corners. If it springs back right away into original position, the shocks are okay. If the vehicle does not show resiliency during the bounce test, it's likely that its shock absorber is damaged and needs to be replaced right away. The same thing can be done if the automobile sags or leans to one side.
Driving over bumps usually doesn't create noise. However, a rattling sound from the underside of the vehicle could be a sign of exhausted suspension parts. The shock absorber could be worn out or unsecured. Check if there are any loose bolts connected to the shock absorber. You can use a wrench to tighten any unfastened bolts to the shock absorber. However, if the shock is worn-out, you'll need to replace it right away.