Tie Rod Ends

Tie rods are attached to the steering rack and play a critical role in helping push and pull the front tires as the steering wheel is turned. There are two tie rod ends, the inner and outer, which connect to the steering knuckle and turn the front wheels. The outer tie rod end is adjustable…

Power Steering Pump

Power-steering is what enables you to turn your steering wheel, without a great deal of effort. The power steering pump is what pushes the hydraulic fluid out at a high pressure to help keep your steering smooth. If you notice a power steering fluid leak or it becomes difficult to turn the wheel, chances are your…

Power Steering Fluids

Power-steering is what enables you to turn your steering wheel, without a great deal of effort. Power-steering fluid, is the hydraulic fluid in the system that transmits the power. If you’re having trouble turning the steering wheel or hear high-pitched noises when you turn it, chances are your power-steering fluid is low or may have…

Shocks and Struts

Shock absorbers and struts influence the control and handling characteristics of your vehicle. They work in conjunction with the vehicle’s springs to dampen the bouncing motion of the vehicle as affected by road conditions. The energy is absorbed as a piston inside the shock pushes against hydraulic fluid. This restricts the rebounding movement of the…

Ball Joints

A Ball joint is a flexible ball and socket that attaches the wheel hub to the rest of the suspension, that can move in every direction to help in steering and shock absorption. We recommend getting your ball joints lubricated or checked every time you have your oil changed, but if you’re hearing clicking, popping or snapping sounds…