There are a variety of indicators you may need to set up a ball joint service – which is something CJ Auto can help you with at our South Surrey location.
Indicators You May Need to Set Up a Ball Joint Service
Although not many vehicle owners think of scheduling a ball joint service; there are indicators that we want to help our reading audience understand in order to help manage the safety of everyone on the road.
Below are some of these indicators, which involves worn out ball joints, and the various issues that can affect your vehicle related to that.
Uneven Tire Wear
Uneven tire wear can be an indicator of suspension concerns, which can include a loose ball joint within the front suspension. This is something our technicians can problem solve for you, and address swiftly.
Ball joints, when worn out, can also cause your vehicle to rattle and vibrate. This can also be due to a wheel balance issue – among other things. But if it does so happen to be a ball joint concern, it is an affordable fix worth addressing.
Loose Steering Wheel
If your ball joints are worn out, your steering can feel increasingly loose. As above, other concerns can cause this also, but ball joints are a great starting point in the assessment process.
CJ Auto Repairs has been providing our community with Ball Joint Service, and other auto repairs for over 3-decades. With certified mechanics, we can take care of all your auto repair and maintenance needs. This includes everything from oil changes to filter replacements, fluid flushes to brake repairs, shocks and struts to muffler repair, tires, wheel alignment… and more.
Contact us by email or phone to discuss your needs. We will be happy to answer your questions and advise you on the best course of action for your schedule and budget.
Seeking Preventative Maintenance? We Can Help With That Too!
The most common scheduled maintenance item is an engine oil change. One of the simplest, most effective and inexpensive ways to help protect the life of your car, especially its engine, is to change the oil and oil filter regularly. Oil is the lifeblood of your engine. It reduces friction, lessens wear, provides lubrication, forms a seal between the pistons, rings and cylinder walls while helping to cool engine parts. Without the cleaning action of new oil, carbon and varnish buildup would be toxic to the engine. And engine oil even dampens the shock and noise of moving parts.