So here's a question for the sages -- my 2004 Chrysler Concorde rides like it almost has no springs, seems like all 'give' in the suspension is coming from the tires themselves. Otherwise, there are no wear issues, tires last forever, steers straight without pulling. The car has 115k miles. It is obvious looking at a side view of the car that the springs hold the car at an original height, no sagging visible at all. Seems that it must be due to either the springs have somehow lost their 'spring' without sagging at all, or maybe the struts have gotten stiff somehow? Are either of those possible? This is my third Chrysler, no issues at all with the other two cars. If you take it to a shop to fix it, which parts do you tell them to change? TIA for any useful help.