Over 50,000 miles, the dampening capabilities of a shock or strut will degrade to the point where it can impact ride and handling, but the driver doesn’t notice because it happens gradually.
The most common issue a shop will see with a TPMS warning light is low tire pressure. Once all tires have been inflated to the pressure listed on the vehicle’s placard (including the spare), drive the vehicle at 25 mph for 10 minutes.
As a rule, wheel bearing seals should never leak. Any signs of a current leak or previous leaks are an indication that the seal has failed.
Tire wear patterns are visual representations of how the vehicle is performing and how owners maintain their vehicles.
Using a scan tool to communicate with different modules can confirm operation and the source of communication codes.
A misalignment of the plane of the belt can occur when a pulley is not parallel to the other pulleys on the belt drive system.
Uncovering the root cause of a driveline complaint. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Replacing just one bulb can cause differences in light output. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
In this video, Andrew Markel covers how a fuel pump can fail. This video is sponsored by Carter.
No more “set the toe and let it go.” Learn to read toe angles, correct thrust angle and make adjustments.
Learn how to remove and dispose of an old cabin air filter. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Find out how to measure oil pressure. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.