Brake pull problems can be scary for drivers to experience and challenging for technicians to eliminate. How can you properly diagnose what’s going on when your customer says the car is pulling to one side under braking?
First, adopt a systematic diagnostic procedure that will not only save time, money and parts but also ensures customer satisfaction.
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As the timing chain wears, it can change the timing of the camshaft and crankshaft.
The primary cause of these problems is that fuel and added detergents are not hitting the back of the intake valves.
Here are some diesel air filter replacement tips in order to keep these vehicles running as intended.
Complete, safe brake jobs are key. This video is part of the Group Training Academy.
Silence noise with a complete brake job. This video is part of the Group Training Academy.
Diagnostic work is more sophisticated and your techs’ time is worth charging for. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.