If you are hearing a squeak or squeal it is most likely because your brake pads and/or brake shoes are worn down, as they are designed to do. This is the best time to get your brakes checked as at this time you probably only need new brake pads or shoes. If you are hearing a loud grinding noise when you are braking you have warn your brake pads down to the metal backing of the pads or shoes and have probably started to grind into your brake rotors or drums. In most cases you will now have to replace your pads and rotors or shoes and drums. If you do not get it repaired now you will end up having to replace you calipers and/or wheel cylinders and bleed your brake system because after your metal backing wears down it will spit out the backing and start to stop your vehicle with the calipers pistons. or you will lose all of your brakes do to it pouring out all of your brake fluid from behind you calipers piston which is bad so give US a call or text and get a free quote before it's too late and it costs your safety and wallet.
Automotive ball joints are a part of the suspension system in a vehicle. They connect the wheel assembly to the steering knuckle and allow for movement and rotation of the wheel while also supporting the weight of the vehicle. Typically, there are two ball joints per wheel in a vehicle: an upper ball joint and a lower ball joint. They are usually made of durable materials such as steel or aluminum and have a ball-shaped stud that fits into a socket. The ball joint is then fastened with a nut and a cotter pin to ensure that it stays securely in place. Ball joints are an important part of a vehicle's suspension system because they help to provide stability and control while driving. If a ball joint becomes worn or damaged, it can cause the vehicle to vibrate or shake, and can also cause a loss of control or steering. Over time, ball joints can become loose or worn out, which can cause uneven tire wear, steering problems, and suspension noise. Regular maintenance and inspection of b