Steering wheel shakes are both irritating and highly dangerous at both low and high speeds. Causes of steering wheel shakes can differ depending on the components in your car and when the shake occurs. Keep in mind, that what causes a car to shake at 50 mph, may not be what causes it to shake at 20 mph.
Your brake line plays an important role in the function of your car. The lines supply your brake system with brake fluid. If you don't have brake fluid, you can step on the brake pedal, and your car may not come to a stop. As such, you want to take notice of any potential problems with your brake line. Here are a few of the signs that indicate that your brake line may be going bad.
It's easy to take the brakes on your car for granted. We all do it. You have faith that your brakes will be there when you need them. In fact, the only time most people even think about their brakes is when they're not performing properly. Brake noise is one of the most common complaints repair shops receive.
And while brake noise may be annoying, it's a sign that something is not right and should be looked at immediately. If your brakes make a noise when in use, schedule an appointment today.
When your brakes are screeching or squealing, you likely need to have your brakes done. Typically when your brakes are done, the pads or shoes are replaced. In some instances, your rotors may also need to be resurfaced or replaced. If it seems like a shop is recommending you resurface or replace your rotors every time the shoes are replaced, you may find yourself wondering if this is normal. Here are a few questions you may have about whether your rotors need to be resurfaced every time your brakes are done.
Do your brakes need to be checked? Brake issues can be incredibly dangerous, and they usually start with seemingly minor warning signs. These signs and symptoms will slowly progress into a more serious problem. It's always important to get a brake check if you've experienced any of the following issues:
Your brakes go through a great deal of wear and tear. They are the only thing in between your car and whatever you are trying to avoid
Brakes every car needs them. When do you know if your car needs brake replacement? Many manufacturers suggest that brake replacement occur at various mileage. Sometimes that is 30,000 miles and others may be 100,000 miles. Why the big difference in mileage? Drivers drive differently and under different conditions both of which impact the life of brakes. So the easy answer is a yearly break inspection timed when you switch from all weather tires to snow tires.