Those who drive, have you ever encountered squeaking noises from your car but haven't a clue as to what they were or where they came from?
According to this Dallas auto repair site, Worn brake pads can result in a loud squeaking or grinding noise while driving, especially at low speeds. Replacing your brake pads early may prevent the brake rotors from being worn or damaged beyond repair. When you hear squeaks coming from your car the next time, you now know that a brake job on your car is needed. Want more tips on car repair and anything to do with cars? Visit their Auto Repair Encyclopedia for the helpful hints.
If you own a Chevrolet Silverado, this site has a section where owners review their vehicles and share ideas and experiences. And if you are in the Dallas area and are looking for a car repair shop, the site has an updated listing of all the car repair shops in the area - with contact numbers and star-rating for guidance.
hmmm, i think as long as there is unusual noises from the car, there is something wrong with it already.. :)ReplyDelete
Was in Dallas many years ago. It was a big, sprawling city.ReplyDelete
People say everything is big in Texas...