Noises with your vehicle can startle you If you start to hear high pitch squealing noises, it could be the brake pads have worn down and need to be replaced. This is important because the brakes allow your vehicle to slow down and stop properly. If you notice that there is a delay in your braking, make sure to contact us to have the vehicle inspected. The squealing noise might also mean the serpentine belt is failing. This belt powers all of your car’s major systems. The belts should always be inspected for your vehicle.
Noises from the Steering Wheel
When you turn the steering wheel, the car groans and whines. There might also be the sign that the steering wheel may also feel stiff and unresponsive. If this happens, make sure to bring the vehicle in, so we can inspect it for you. Another issue could be if something in your power steering system is causing friction. This can cause you to slowly lose control over the car’s steering. This leads to further issues and problems if you choose to ignore it.
Loud Noises from the brakes
If you hear a loud, metal on metal grinding sound coming from your brakes, make sure to have them inspected and repaired as soon as you can. This can be caused by the brake pads wearing through, and the calipers are grinding against the rotor. A grinding noise is an issue. Any noise you hear should be looked at as soon as possible. If the brakes are bad, you will need to have them replaced quickly to help ensure no other issues happen. This will help save you money in the long run as well. No matter noise you start to notice, make sure to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect it properly for you.