The common view that the modern technician keeps up with technology by attending the latest training classes and absorbing through rote memorization its latest intricacies is far from the truth. In the real world, the only available instructor is usually the technician himself.
When the ride control components begin to go bad, they can have adverse effects on steering, handling, and increased tire wear. Here are some tips for identifying and replacing the ride control components on a vehicle.
With ever increasing fuel efficiency standards being put forth by the government, engines are being improved to meet and exceed the standards put forth.