August 2020 Archives - Brake & Front End
10 Tips For Servicing Hydroboost Brake Units

Hydroboost brake systems are self-bleeding if there is no other problem in the system.

Nissan CVT Clutch Point Relearn Procedure

The Adaptive Shift Control delivers responsive and powerful acceleration.

Exhaust Manifold Leaks Cause Issues For The Oxygen Sensors

The engine management system does not know there is a crack in the manifold.

Be Your Own Cable Guy

If you find damaged cables meeting any of these criteria, replace them immediately.

Springs Are The Foundation Of Stability

One spring rate might be great for controlling body lean, but it could be too hard to provide a comfortable ride.

2005-2010 Ford Mustang Alignment

The Mustang uses a live rear axle mounted on the vehicle with three links and a Panhard rod.

Servicing GM Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

If the deflation is rapid, it will give an immediate warning by flashing the warning light.

Finding Damaged Suspension Components

If camber is off on one side only, a close encounter with a pothole or curb may have bent a spindle, control arm or strut.

The Real Reason They Want To Lock Us Out!

If you think the OEMs already have a long-term plan ready to deal with THIS headache, I can guarantee they don’t.

What Is Behind Wheel Bearing Noise?

A caliper that’s sticking or a brake pad that’s loose and dragging may make a metallic scraping noise.

How Often Is Lift Maintenance Needed?

Here’s the minimum you should do monthly for most two-post and four-post lifts.

A Brake Pad Is Born

From the initial design to the final packaging, here’s a look at what it takes to make a brake pad.