Yes on many cars and trucks that is the procedure to replace the evaporator core it seems a little labor intensive, but that’s how they have been designed. This can many times cost over $1000.00 to repair. The evaporator core is like a small radiator that gets cold and the air is directed over the core and into the passenger compartment. The picture shows the extent of the repair.
#evaporator #a/c # dash
Yes you just invested in an expensive set of tires, if there is an alignment issue you can set a bad wear pattern in just a few hundred miles that can cause premature tire wear resulting in much less tire mileage as well as less M.P.G. An alignment may just be the best thing you can do to make those new tires last.
#tires #alignment #M.P.G.
Many times this is caused by weak or bad engine mounts. As the engine mounts deteriorate over time the engine begins to press down on the mount and it can no longer absorb the normal engine vibrations and you begin to feel them. Your service center can check and repair this for you.
#vibration #engine #mounts
As a matter of fact yes they do. There is a part called a clock spring in the steering column that connects the air bag as well as the horn to the wiring at the bottom of the steering column. It’s really not a spring like you might be thinking but rather a coil that allows you to turn the steering wheel and keep a connection from the top to the bottom of the steering column. When that connection fails it turns on the air bag light and the horn stops working.
#air bag #horn #clock spring
Yes if your service center is doing a good job it should be straight when your going straight, on occasion if the crown in the road is excessive the wheel my be off a little. If the wheel is off that won’t mean necessarily that the alignment is not correct. The steering wheel is just one of the adjustments and a quality job will include getting the wheel straight.
#alignment #steering #wheel
Most likely you are hearing the brake sensors touching the rotors, letting you know the brakes are getting very thin. Not all cars have brake pad sensors but it’s a good addition on most cars. Some cars have electronic sensors, they will turn on a warning light to let you know the brakes are thin. If you see a warning light or hear that noise you should have the brakes inspected.
#brakes #sensor #noise
You may need an alignment, but alignment is not the only thing that will cause a pull. believe it or not the tires themselves can make a car pull, usually this is an indication that there may be a problem with that tire. A brake dragging can also cause this condition, even a power steering problem can do it. The alignment may be the first thing to check but we might have to go further to correct your problem.
#brakes #pull #alignment
Most likely you have a bad brake master cylinder. Whats happening is the brake fluid is by-passing inside the master cylinder. This is a very dangerous condition and needs to be addressed immediately. In fact to be safe you should have your car towed to your service center for repair. It’s possible you could lose your brakes.
#brakes #master cylinder #pedal
Most of the time a clicking noise on sharp turns is caused by bad drive axle C.V. joints. The c.v joint has a protective boot to keep the lube in and water and dirt out, these boots at times will tear open allowing contaminates in to damage the joint, resulting in a clicking noise in turns. By the time you hear the noise it’s to late to replace the boot and the drive axle will need to be replaced.
#axle #clicking #noise
There are many over the counter fixes for this, my experience is none of them last, they all work at first but the problem returns. We have found the solution, we remove the lights and send them to our body shop they sand them and clear coat them with the same kind of material that goes on the paint of your car, and no more problem, over the last few years we have no problems.
#lights #cloudy #clear coat