With the application of some lubricants you can get your vehicle to be nice and quiet again and probably avoid repairs as well. The lubricants we will be discussing are:
CV joints wear out over time. One of thereasons these wear is that they are covered by “boots” – rubber, accordion-like coverings around the axles’ ends - that seal out junk like road salt and sand. The issue is that the boots rip open when they get old and the CV joint, now working with lots of grit inside, will fail. When this occurs, you can hear a “crunching” noise when turning corners, and you’ll feel it in the steering wheel.
The hatchbacks have always been people’s favorite because of their affordability, fuel consumption and practicality. There have been a number of hatchback debuts this year. To make your next purchase easier, we have shortlisted 5 best hatchbacks under $20,000.
For ages men looked at the minivan segment, and let out a collective sigh, but that has changed with the all-new Pacifica.
Wall Street Journal columnist Dan Neil wrote an incredible piece that expresses his genuine thrill for driving and owning the all-new 2017 Pacifica Limited.
Some people were worried that they would be “trapped” in their vehicles when accidents occurred when car manufacturers began putting seatbelt contraptions in vehicles in the 1950s. Despite early beliefs, however, many states in the United States have adopted seatbelt laws today.