Las Vegas Auto Repair

Yearly Archives: 2021

5 Signs It's Time for a Wheel Alignment

5 Signs It's Time for a Wheel Alignment

Whenever your wheels are in trouble, it's important to have them checked for alignment so that you can fix your car as soon as possible and get it back in shape. Here are some symptoms and warning signs that it may be time to get your wheels aligned: Crooked Steering Wheel Your steering wheel should always be straight whenever you are driving the car. A sign that your wheels need to be realigned is if your steering wheel is off the center by a bit and that you must keep re-centering it to fix it. It is important to have your wheels checked so that your steering wheel may be fixed and that your vehicle's pull will be back to normal. Pulling From One Side To Another Vehicle pull is noticed usually when driving straight on a road, and it is one of the main indicators that your wheels have an issue. If your car pulls to one side or to the other without you touching it, it is very important you take your car in to be checked and have your wheels aligned, as this issue can l ... read more

Have You Checked Your Belts and Hoses Lately?

Have You Checked Your Belts and Hoses Lately?

Did you know that your car can suffer extensive damage is your belts or hoses fail? The belts and hoses under the hood help to power important vehicle systems for heating and cooling.A break in either of these systems can result in expensive damage. The best way to avoid this scenario is to get regular maintenance on your belts and hoses. Important Belts and Hoses to Watch Timing Belt - change every 60,000 miles Serpentine Belt - change according to manufacturer instructions. Radiator Hoses - change according to manufacturer instructions. The hoses in your heating and cooling system are designed to withstand extreme hot and cold temperatures. This tolerance to temperature extremes can wear on your hoses over time. This wear-and-tear can result in cracks, breaks, or leaks in hoses that can cause more extensive damage to your vehicle if left unchecked. When checking coolant levels and inspecting hoses, never ... read more