Many people get that sinking feeling when they believe that there's something wrong with their car. Yet it can be even more worrying if there appears to be something wrong with the brakes. What are some of the symptoms you may be experiencing so you can help your mechanic pinpoint the issue? Pulsing at Work Do you feel as if the brake pedal is 'pulsing' whenever you apply pressure to it? [Read More]
Your Car Battery: Maintenance Tips To Prolong Its Lifespan
Although your car battery is designed to serve you for an extended period of time, this does not mean that it does not have an expiry date. This limit to the lifespan of your battery is referred to as its calendar life and will vary from one type of battery to another. In addition to this, the calendar life of your battery will also depend on the number of times that it is charged and discharged when in use. [Read More]
Noises Coming From Your Rear Differential You Should Be Wary Of
Your vehicle's rear differential comprises numerous gears that have entwining teeth. Therefore, the effectiveness of this system ultimately depends on the precision of the different gears. This will be determined by how the individual gears are oriented in relation to each other as well as the amount of lubrication they are receiving when in use. When your rear differential begins to succumb to damage, one of the more common symptoms would be noises emanating from the system. [Read More]
Do You Need to Replace Your Transmission Bearings?
Bearings can be some of the most hard-working components in any vehicle. You may have noticed some issues and symptoms with your four-wheel-drive car or truck and are wondering whether you need to replace the bearings. What are some of the symptoms that might signify that this is needed? Noisy Drivetrain One of the earliest symptoms associated with bearing failure (and specifically in the front of the vehicle) is a noisy drivetrain. [Read More]