Wheel Alignment Service all vehicles

Wheel alignment issues can all be solved with a wheel alignment service today. It’s difficult driving with a crooked steering wheel or a car that pulls to one side all the time. Delaying this service could result in unnecessary tire replacements and less fuel efficiency. Avoid the additional expenses and time by dealing with alignment problems at the first...

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Rack & Pinion Power Steering

Rack & Pinion steering is steadily becoming the typical kind of steering on cars, small trucks, and SUVs. It is actually a pretty simple mechanism. A rack and pinion gearset is encircled in a metal tube, with each end of the rack poking out from the tube. A rod, called a tie rod, hooks up to each end of...

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Power Steering Service for Automobiles

Power Steering Service should be done between 15K to 45K depending on the vehicle, to enjoy a comfortable ride in your vehicle, you need balance, stability and smoothness – your car’s steering and suspension are what make this happen. Steering and suspension are in charge of keeping your wheels firmly in contact with the road and prevent your car...

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Suspension Service and Stabilizers

Steering and suspension is an intricate system, so it’s important to have work done by a mechanic who knows what they are doing. It is a significant part of your ride experience, but it is also integral to your vehicle’s safety. Keep up with regular maintenance and inspections, if there is a problem, address it right away with a...

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Shock and Strut Replacement

Shock and Strut Replacement Service, a shock or strut will last roughly 50,000 miles. In that time, your car’s shocks and struts will have cycled more than 85 million times, resulting in wear and tear on their internal components. If your car’s mileage exceeds even that amount, it's probably time to consider replacing those suspension components. Worn-out suspension components...

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Power Steering System Pump and Rotary Valve

As the vanes turn, they draw hydraulic fluid from the return line at low pressure and push it into the outlet at high pressure. The amount of flow from the pump often varies based on the engine's speed. The pump is designed to send a regular flow when the engine is idling. But when engine is running at higher...

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Future of Power Steering in Automobiles

You can expect to see innovations that will drastically improve fuel efficiency. One of the coolest ideas being considered iin the future of power steering is a "steer-by-wire" or "drive-by-wire" system. These would take out the mechanical link between the steering wheel and the steering, using a purely electronic control system instead. Basically, the steering wheel would operate like...

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Recirculating Power Steering

The recirculating-ball steering gear has a worm gear. It helps to think of the gear in two parts. The first part is a metal block with a threaded hole in it. This block has gear teeth cut into the exterior, and these engage a gear that moves the pitman arm (see diagram above). The steering wheel connects to a...

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Shocks and Struts Suspension

Shocks and struts are two important parts of your suspension system that ensure your vehicle is balanced and riding comfortably with all four wheels on the road. We highly encourage you to get suspension inspection in order to maintain excellent car handling. Blown shocks and struts can result in a vehicle that handles poorly or even unsafely on public...

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Coil Springs Suspensions

The coil springs in your suspension system, along with your struts and shocks, all work to reduce road impact, spread the weight of your vehicle, and keep all four of your wheels in contact with the ground. How tightly would the springs are and the rigidity of the suspension springs can also have an impact on your vehicle's handling...

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