Noise is a classic sign of a bad wheel bearing or wheel hub bearing. Determining why the damage happened may take some time.
A torque wrench is an essential tool when it comes to installing wheel bearings. Here are the top 10 tips to remember.
Worn brake pads can tell you a lot about the entire brake system and keep new components from suffering the same fate.
Passive types of wheel speed sensors are still used in many applications so understanding their operation is important.
Servicing these systems is straightforward and, with the right tools, you can resolve customer complaints.
One mistake to avoid when replacing struts is reusing the bearing plates or upper mounts.
As a vehicle ages, the J2534 programming becomes even more important to the vehicle’s ADAS operation.
If the impact is great enough, the preload on a bearing can change. This can lead to more damage and noise in the long run.
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.
As vehicles age, eliminating noise is Job 1. But ‘noise’ may mean different things to you and your customers.
Many don’t understand what happens during an ADAS calibration. Here’s what really goes on.
The steering angle is used by many ADAS functions, from blind-spot detection to autonomous driving.