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    The easiest way to determine if your suspension system needs service, repair, or replacement is to look at the tires. Tires are directly linked to the suspension system, so if you see the following wheel alignment issues with your tires, you may need a technician to inspect your suspension.30 Jul 2015
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  • Why does my car vibrate at low speeds?

    An out-of-round (i.e. misshapen) tyre, or one where the tread or internal belts have separated from the body of the tyre, can cause your car to vibrate at low speeds (under 30km/h). While these types of problem could be due to a manufacturing defect, it can also be caused by severe road hazards.
  • What causes uneven ride height?

    Uneven or Increased Tire Wear

    If your tires aren't getting rotated often enough, they'll develop an uneven wear pattern that can drastically impact your vehicle's performance over time. That wear pattern can either cause or contribute to changes in your ride height as it stresses other components in your car.
    18 Dec 2020
  • What is difference between balancing and alignment?

    While both services contribute to a smoother ride, tire balancing and wheel alignment are not the same services. A tire balance corrects the weight imbalance on your tire and wheel assemblies, while an alignment corrects the angles of the tires so they always come in contact with the road in the right way.
  • Can you align your own car wheels?

    While it's possible to do a DIY alignment at home, it's best to have a mechanic do it for you at a service center near you. You can do the wheel alignment separately or as part of your annual tire care service and vehicle maintenance at Tom Kadlec Kia.17 Jun 2021
  • What would cause a vehicle to shake while driving?

    What causes a car to shake when driving? Some of the most common causes stem from worn or damaged wheels, tires, or brakes. There's also the chance that something under the hood is the culprit, which suggests bad spark plugs, broken motor mounts, or a clogged filter. Another possibility is that you have a bent axle.20 May 2022

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