Car and Automotive Chassis Systems
ADAS Sensor Corrections

When performing a calibration, you are adjusting the connection between the sensor, vehicle and surroundings.

Air Ride Conversion Kits

Air ride and active shocks and struts will eventually fail – succumbing to either damage to or dry rot of the air spring.

Racing Shocks and Struts – Performance Suspension Tuning

The secret to this job is building the total package that optimizes the chassis, springs and ride control components.

Steering Angle Sensor 101

The steering angle is used by many ADAS functions, from blind-spot detection to autonomous driving.

Hydraulic Suspension Bushings

Hydraulic suspension bushings were developed in response to specific customer desires: quieter and better-handling vehicles.

Automotive Suspensions: Replacing Weak Springs

Weak springs can affect both camber and caster, which may result in a steering pull, uneven tire wear and more.

Mercedes-Benz Air Suspension

Here are some tips and tricks to follow on how to diagnose and repair these systems for your customers.

Understanding Off-Road Shocks

Since the 2000 model year, GM has offered ESC systems as an option on Chevy, Cadillac & GMC full-size trucks.

Alignment Specs – Gen VI Mustang

Aligning this Mustang is not that different from some of Ford’s other products, but there are additional steps to follow.

Guideline To Visually Inspecting A Shock Or Strut

The first thing you need to realize is that no seal is perfect.

Why Replacing Control Arms and Bushings in Pairs is Necessary

Let’s focus on identifying when control arms need to be replaced, and why they should always be replaced in pairs.

Mercedes-Benz Hydraulic Suspension Evolution

Do’s, Don’ts and Did You Knows about Mercedes-Benz’s diverse hydraulic suspension systems.