One mistake to avoid when replacing struts is reusing the bearing plates or upper mounts.
Most drivers assume taller is safer. But, the opposite is true when it comes to stability.
Ride height specs are critical but they differ from vehicle to vehicle. This video presented by Hunter Engineering.
The control arms are robust, but the stock ball joints proved to be this vehicle’s weak link early in its life.
When doing your pre-alignment inspection, always check and set tire inflation pressures.
Learn how to measure and save time for your next repair. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Find out how much you really know about repairing loaded struts. This video is sponsored by GSP North America.
No road is entirely flat. Even a small tar strip or dip causes movement in the suspension. This movement is controlled by the spring and dampener. No matter the type of movement, the spring is compressed and then releases the energy into the body, dampener or road.
Andrew Markel details the process of checking for dynamic ride height, and its differences from static ride height. Sponsored by Monroe Shocks & Struts.
Andrew Markel discusses the wheel displacement sensor (or ride height sensor) and the modules these sensors communicate with in order to determine ride height. Sponsored by Standard.
Overall, the 2002-2010 Jeep Liberty is an easy vehicle to align. But, you have to pay attention during the initial inspection.
Some customers with 2011-2016 F-250 Super Duty 4×4 vehicles want to raise the rear of their vehicle to change vehicle attitude appearance. This procedure provides the necessary information for this modification in accordance with engineering specifications.