2021 Editions Archives - Brake & Front End
Top 10 Wheel Bearing Torque Tips

A torque wrench is an essential tool when it comes to installing wheel bearings.

Servicing Wheel Bearing Seals

As a rule, wheel bearing seals should never leak.

Wheel Bearing Service

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

Curing Shock, Strut and Suspension Noise

As vehicles age, eliminating noise is Job 1. But ‘noise’ may mean different things to you and your customers.

Toe Angles and Tie Rods

It is critical to remember that toe is not always zero or straight ahead.

Understanding Passive Wheel Speed Sensor Operation

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

Spotting Brake System Failures

The main culprit of friction material separation is typically corrosion.

Power Steering Fluid Replacement

Sometimes the word “flush” has different meanings. For power steering, fluid exchange is a better description.

Tips On Shocks and Struts

Here are 10 basic tips on shocks and struts.

Reprogramming ADAS Procedures

As a vehicle ages, the J2534 programming becomes even more important to the vehicle’s ADAS operation.

Wheel Bearing Hub Damage Repair

Noise is a classic sign of a bad wheel bearing or wheel hub bearing. Determining why the damage happened may take some time.

Seven CV Joint Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

If a CV joint fails, it rarely fails on its own. Outside factors can damage a joint worse than cutting a boot with a knife.