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The Volvo V70 Shock Absorber, a part of your suspension system, absorbs and dampens the vibrations caused in your suspension. It gives your vehicle a smooth ride while driving over rough and bumpy roads. Shock absorbers work on the hydraulic principle which involves a piston acting against a fluid or gas to absorb the movement of the suspension. They ensure that all the four wheels of the vehicle hug the road when the car rides over a bump. The shock absorber converts the energy generated by the springs into thermal energy and dissipates it into the fluid. The resistance offered by the shock absorber depends on the rate of the movement of the suspension. There are two types of shock absorbers: mono-tube and twin tube. Twin-tube shock absorbers come in variants based on their operation such as: twin-tube gas charged, position sensitive damping (PSD), acceleration sensitive damping (ASD) and coilover shock absorbers. They are usually factory-installed in domestic passenger cars, SUVs and light trucks. Mono-tube shocks are usually used as aftermarket parts for performance vehicles, SUVs and light truck applications. If you find that the fluid is leaking from the struts or your tires are wearing out unevenly, it is possible that one or more of your shock absorbers are at fault. You should replace a damaged shock absorber as soon as possible.