BRAKELIGHT: April 1952

BRAKELIGHT: April 1952

Wheel Bearing Service

When faced with any noise complaint, take the time to test-drive the car with the customer, if that’s possible.

Some of the toughest challenges we face as import specialist techs are noise complaints. And, in order to make an accurate assessment, we take the time to ask our customers questions like: Is the noise present when the car’s stationary or moving? Does it change around corners or under different load considerations? Is it a growl, squeak, groan or rattle?

Gen 1 Wheel Bearings

Removing and installing these bearings requires the correct tools and patience.

Tapered Wheel Bearings

Here’s what you should know as a technician when servicing tapered wheel bearings.

Understanding Passive Wheel Speed Sensor Operation

Passive types of wheel speed sensors are still used in many applications so understanding their operation is important.

Threadlocking Compounds For Vehicle Corners

To get the most out of these “liquid” tools, you first need to know how they work.

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Topology And Your Scan Tool

Topology influences how you access the modules with your scan tool.

Car properties detailed in "see proof" car image.
Chassis Parts and Alignment Angles

Knowing why the adjustment is required is critical to performing the total alignment.

Steering Angle Sensor Service

Ninety percent of the time when a steering angle sensor code is active, it means the sensor needs to be calibrated.

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