Warning lights appear when one of the sensors detect an error and highlights it to the engine control unit. There are around 200 warning codes so you will need to take this to a professional who can then check the system, find out the source of the warning and carry out the necessary repairs.
There are multiple parts that keep an engine running well but a misfiring or sputtering engine is one of the most common issues. For an engine to run efficiently the right amount of air and fuel must mix and then burn within the combustion chamber. In order for this to run correctly there are a number of components in the fuel and ignition systems that have to work in unison. In order to keep these types of issues to a minimum the fuel and ignition systems must be maintained and replaced according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
There are a number of reasons why a steering wheel shakes when driving a vehicle. Damaged suspension components or wheel bearings are usually to blame if this happens immediately after you start the car and pull away. If the wheel shakes at higher speeds it is more often an issue with tyre/wheel balance. To resolve this you will need to take the car for a proper mechanical inspection. It could be as simple a fix as getting your wheels aligned.
The brake system will start to wear out just like any other moving part you have in the car. Brakes are vital – they are essential to make sure you can stop safety so any kind of brake related problems, including unusual noise or a soft brake pedal, should be taken care of by a professional mechanic at the earliest possible opportunity. There are some minor issues that can cause brakes to squeak or squeal but once you start to notice grinding you definitely need to get them replaced.
You start driving and immediately notice that your car swerves off to one side without you steering in that particular direction. There could be several things causing this, such as:
Nose dive forward (i.e. leans forward) when you brake?
Rolls to the side (i.e. leans from side-to-side) when you corner?
Squats backward (i.e. leans backwards) when you accelerate?
If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, there might be a problem with your shock absorbers or struts. You can easily check this by using the bounce test (see above). If there is a problem with your shock absorbers or struts, it is recommended to take your car to a mechanic as soon as possible, as it is dangerous to drive with worn or broken shock absorbers or struts.
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