Steering

Steering from Peterson Auto & Truck

By: Peterson Auto & Truck  07/25/2014
Keywords: Power Steering, Steering

We recommend flushing the power steering fluid every 37,500 miles. Power steering fluid is exposed to high pressure, hot temperatures and it collects a lot of contaminants. This can result in excessive noise, hard steering, leaks and even complete steering failure. Unfortunately, by the time symptoms appear, some damage has probably been done. This can result in very expensive repairs.

Keywords: Power Steering, Steering

Other products and services from Peterson Auto & Truck

Transmission from Peterson Auto & Truck thumbnail
07/25/2014

Transmission

Regular transmission fluid flushes reduce the chance a very costly repair will be needed and the chance of an unexpected breakdown.


Suspension from Peterson Auto & Truck thumbnail
07/25/2014

Suspension

The bouncing from failed shocks and struts could cause you to lose control of your vehicle, so don’t wait for this problem to go away, because it won’t.


Brake Repair from Peterson Auto & Truck thumbnail
07/25/2014

Brake Repair

The brakes in your vehicle work as hard as or harder than any other component.


Timing Belt from Peterson Auto & Truck thumbnail
07/25/2014

Timing Belt

Cooler temperatures cause a bigger drain on the battery, which means the alternator has to work harder, which in turn creates additional wear on the belts.


Air Conditioning Service from Peterson Auto & Truck thumbnail
07/25/2014

Air Conditioning Service

If your car air conditioner isn’t blowing as cool as it used to, or if it takes longer than usual to cool off your car, you may need to have your system serviced.