How Can You Diagnose Issues With A Heavy-Duty Truck Suspension?
9 November 2022
Most heavy-duty vehicles today are fitted with an air-ride suspension system, and while these are typically very reliable and robust, they can sometimes fail. Also, this type of system is far more complex than the suspension system you may have on your car or ute, so if problems arise, it may be more tricky to diagnose. So, where should you start if you suspect problems with one of your vehicles?
What Is the Main Indication of a Faulty Power Steering?
10 August 2022
If your steering wheel seems to play a musical accompaniment when you try to parallel park, you may be facing issues with your power steering pump. This note is actually coming from the base of the steering column, close to where it connects with the transverse rack. What does this sound signify, and what can happen if you allow the situation to get worse?
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Why Wheel Bearings Have Such an Important Role to Play
3 June 2022
On a typical vehicle, some parts may be considered to be more important than others. However, few have the level of importance associated with a wheel bearing as this diminutive part supports the vehicle's entire weight. It is also a component that allows your car or truck to take corners at speed. Why do you need to pay a lot of attention to this part, and how do you know something is going wrong?
Will Brake Modifications Require an Extended REGO Inspection?
14 March 2022
Vehicle owners across Australia have a certain amount of leeway when it comes to modifying their cars or trucks. Nevertheless, these vehicles must always comply with basic regulations and, in some circumstances, must pass a separate inspection to ensure that they are safe and eligible to be driven on the public road. So if you have carried out some modifications to your car's braking system and are about to present the vehicle for a REGO inspection, what types of tests will the inspector conduct?