The wheels were probably overtorqued. Have the rotors turned and the wheels torqued correctly. The mechanic more than likely overtightened the lug nuts holding your wheels on. With all of the Horror stories of people having their wheels come off while riding down the road, service garages and mechanics are probably being over cautious. If tight is good, then even tighter is better. Unfortunately, what happens is that they end up warping the brake rotors (the disks that your break pads pinch together on to make your car stop). The warped rotors then give you that pulsing effect when you brake. Newer cars have lighter weight rotors that are more susceptible to warping, and, if your rotors are old or have been turned on a lathe, they are narrower and weaker and can warp easier.
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How do i remove the steering wheel cover to get at the horn contacts on a 1999 chev s10 You will be messing with the air bag and I recommend having a knowledgeable mechanic help you with this one.
I'm having the same issue on this I am from mass as well. What I have found out by taking the steering column almost completely apart, is that there are four six point male started bolts that are behind everything. From what I was told by asking around is that those bolts need to be tightened. How to get to them is another issue. Hope this helps
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A steering system of the parallelogram type is normally fitted with a steering box assembly. You should check for excessive movement in the steering box itself. This can be done by having the vehicle on the ground, and feeling the "free play" in the steering wheel with the road wheels in the straight ahead position. While watching the wheels to see how much you can move the steering wheel, before the road wheels start to move. Check this amount of movement and report any excessive movement to your supervisor.
it is having a misfire im guessing, is it vibrating all the time?
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1. Sit at least 10 inches away from the steering wheel to avoid injury if the airbag deploys. 2. Keep your hands on the lower half of the steering wheel and use "pull push" steering to avoid having your arm thrown into your face, breaking your nose and possibly teeth if the airbag deployed.
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Chevy 6.5 turbo diesel more than likely has a hydroboost brake system. It means instead of having a vacuum type brake booster it uses hydraulic pressure supplied by the power steering pump to aid in braking. I would think it is more than likely the power steering pump or a power steering fluid leak or a slipping serpentine belt.