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If you hear or experience any of these symptoms, don’t ignore them. Repairs only get more expensive and dangerous if left too long. Car repairs rarely become repairs with regular servicing.
Listen to your Car it’s asking for help!
Like the human body, if there are sounds that aren’t right or you are getting signs that something is not working correctly you need to take steps to have issues treated or fixed.
In the case of your vehicle East Coast can come to you to repair any issues that may arise. We can also remind you of service interval times and treat your vehicle with the attention and care to provide you hassle free motoring all conducted at a time and place convenient to you.
Does Your Vehicle Bounce?
The Coil springs are responsible for dampening the transfer of energy when a vehicle drives over bumps, potholes and uneven roads. Shock Absorbers and struts help control the movement of the springs so that the wheels don’t move up and down excessively.
If your bouncing down the road you need to call East Coast Mobile to repair or replace your suspension components.
Does your Vehicle Nosedive when Braking?
If your vehicle nose dives when braking or dips backward when accelerating. This is a sign that your shocks or struts are damaged or worn out and require replacement.
Are you Hanging onto your Car when Cornering?
If your car rolls into corners and you feel like you have to hold on or lean into corners, this is another sign that your suspension needs replacement.
You Hear Unusual Noises
Another sign that your suspension needs replacement is unusual sounds coming from underneath the vehicle.
All unusual sounds coming from your vehicle should be investigated, diagnosed and repaired before it becomes a more expensive repair.
Soft or Sinking Brake Pedal
A brake Pedal that feels soft under foot or sinks to the floor before engaging can be an indication of worn pads, leaking brake fluid or air in the hydraulic system.
Brake Pedal Hard to Push Down
The opposite of a soft or sinking pedal is one that causes the brakes to grab immediately at the slightest touch.
Is the Car Pulling to One Side
Is your car pulling to one side whilst driving or braking?
There can be a number of reasons for this. Uneven brake pad wear causing one pad applying pressure before the other resulting on the steering, pulling to one side.
Are your Brakes Screaming at You
What is that high pitch squeal when applying the brakes? This occurs when your brake pads have worn low, literally screaming at you to be changed.
East Coast Mobile have been conducting mobile car/vehicle repairs in SE Queensland for over 15 years. Our team of friendly, highly experienced and qualified technicians who only use fully warranted parts to get your car safe and back on the road.