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Even under normal conditions on a smooth road, shocks stroke an average of 1,750 times for every mile traveled. This is why shock and strut wear is common.
The Global Brake Safety Council recently conducted an engineering field study of 3,200 discarded brake pads to determine the pad failure mode.
The vast majority of drivers rely on their senses to tell them when it’s time for service. And there are few vehicle components that give off more physical warning signs that service is needed than shocks and struts. That’s why taking a car for a test drive is sometimes the easiest way to confirm your…
The fifth-generation Buick Regal might seem like an easy car to repair on the surface when the pads need replacement, but it can be quite complex.
Toe is the most critical alignment angle. It is critical to make sure that the tie rods are close to the same length after the toe adjustment is made.