Steering: Get Back On Track

 (Steering) Get Back On Track A vehicle should drive where it is pointed. If you experience the following symptoms, certain components should be checked so that the vehicle will track correctly and respond to drive input. Steering symptoms shimmies pulls wanders has excessive play Components to be checked The first check should be for worn wheel

Ignition Coil – Common Repair

Ignition Coil – Common Repair According to one manufacturer of automotive diagnostic tools and software, replacing ignition coils ranks among the ten most common car repairs. It is also a very important problem to take care of since ignoring it can cause serious damage to a vehicle’s entire ignition system. Symptoms: The most recognizable symptom of

Engine Idle (Speculation)

 ENGINE IDLE (Speculation) When an engine will not idle or run correctly, a vacuum leak may be the culprit. Such leaks allow: Unmetered air to enter the engine  Upset the air/fuel ratio leading to a disruption in the operation of the computer system and a wide range of symptoms. An air leak should be suspected

Not Treading Lightly – Tire Tread

Tire Tread NOT TREADING LIGHTLY – Tire Tread Uneven tire wear may be due to simple over or under tire inflation or problems involving suspension components and wheel alignment. Therefore, as a precaution against tire failure, tires should be checked regularly. Shoulder wear on one side is usually indicative of an alignment problem, often involving

Take Care of Brakes for Safety

Take Care Of Brakes For Safety’s Sake The brakes on your vehicle are one of the most important parts of your car. Since the dawn of the age of the automobile, drivers have known that stopping is even more important than starting. More complex Now, there is quite a bit more to performing a brake