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  • Ella Thulani
    Neglecting this checkpoint can lead to dangerous problems, including: Steering Problems: When wheels become out of line, they aren't facing in the directions necessary for optimal handling. This means that you may be trying to steer straight, and the vehicle is veering in a completely different direction.5 Nov 2018
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  • How do you do wheel balancing?

    How to Balance a Tire
    1. Turn on the balancer.
    2. Clean the tire, rim flange and wheel.
    3. Mount the tire/wheel assembly on a balancer.
    4. Enter the A & D wheel dimensions.
    5. Enter width wheel dimensions.
    6. Lower the hood to spin the wheel and check dimensions.
    7. Raise the hood after the tire stops rotating.
  • How do I align my car?

    Part of a video titled How to Perform a Front End Alignment Yourself - Easy and Free - YouTube
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    To do your adjusting on your tie rods. And also a pair of jack stands and a jack if you have to liftMoreTo do your adjusting on your tie rods. And also a pair of jack stands and a jack if you have to lift up your car to gain access to your inner. And outer tie rods.
  • Can you rotate your tires too often?

    Regular tire rotations can help spot uneven tire wear early. Going too long between rotations may result in a wear pattern that can't be fixed, no matter where the tire is moved on the vehicle. These wear patterns could result in the need for new tires sooner than expected.
  • What's the difference between tracking and wheel alignment?

    'Tracking' is another term used to describe the process of wheel alignment, in which your vehicle's wheels are set to the correct position according to the manufacturer's specifications.
  • Will a bent rim leak air?

    When the wheel is bent and pulls away from the tire, it can cause air leaks, or even press against the rubber and cause a flat. If your tire is deflating quickly, and you find yourself filling it up every few days or weeks, you may have some tire damage that is causing a slow leak.23 Apr 2018

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