About Steering wheel feels loose Inspection
steering wheel feels loose Inspection A loose steering wheel stops the driver from determining accuracy of how the wheels are turned. Any steering movement in which you can move the wheel more than one to one and a half inches without moving the wheels is too loose and can be problematic. At this point when the steering wheel feels loose it can be hard for drivers to precisely know the situation of the front wheels. This lack of or delay of responsiveness can be hazardous for drivers, particularly in busy rush hour traffic and winding roads. What could be the issue that requires a steering wheel feels loose Inspection?Worn ball JointWorn tie rodsWorn Pitman arm What to expect One of our Experienced Mobile Mechanics will come and locate the cause of the steering feeling loose. They will then give you a copy of the report and an estimate cost for repairs if needed. How is a steering wheel feels loose Inspection done by a mechanic? The mobile mechanic will inspect the vehicle by removing the front wheels to gain access to steering and suspension components. Individually the mechanic inspects tie rods, ball joints and pitman arm for worn or broken parts for the cause. How important is having a steering wheel feels loose Inspection?Loose steering is often an indication of a problem with the front end of the vehicle whether it’s steering or suspension and should be addressed right way. Schedule a mobile mechanic to inspect the issue promptly.