- Large pry bar
- Infrared laser temperature reader
- Protective eyewear and gloves
Cracked Strut Rod Bushing
Infrared Laser Temperature Reader
Helpful Information A vehicle when driven down a straight flat road should go straight ahead with a slight drift to the right for safety. A slight right hand drift was designed into US and other left hand drive vehicles to avoid head on collisions when a driver falls asleep or is rendered unconscious. In right hand drive countries a car is designed to have a slight left hand drift for the same reason. If the car has an excessive pull to the left or right while driving or braking, this could be a signal that there is a problem with a worn or failed steering or suspension component. Best Practices
- Inspect all suspension components when troubleshooting brake pull problems.
- Bleed brake system after repairs have been made. Visit - Brake system bleed.