A technician was telling us the other day that he was servicing an engine and spotted something he'd never seen before: A collection of dry dog food siting on a horizontal metal ledge near the base of the engine. It was neatly stashed and was in a spot where the food pellets couldn't have simply...
Posted in Windshield Wipers
on August 25, 2019
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All new passenger vehicles on our Omaha, NE, roads now have tire pressure monitoring systems – TPMS for short. They are designed to alert you if your tires are underinflate...
Posted in Tires and Wheels
on August 18, 2019
What part of your vehicle has little metal balls inside that are lubricated and allow you to cruise on down the road? They are wheel bearings, and automotive designers might argue they are human beings' second greatest invention of all time (the first is, of course, the wheel!).
You have a wheel...
Posted in Wheel Bearings
on August 11, 2019
Let's talk about something critical for all Omaha drivers: your brakes. Your vehicle is heavy, and it takes a lot of muscle to bring it and your passengers to a safe stop – so everything needs to be in good working order.
Here's an explanation on how your disc brakes work:
The wheel hub keeps you...
Posted in Older Vehicles
on August 04, 2019