Mercedes-Benz Alignment Phoenix AZ
If your car is pulling to one side or vibrating when you brake, one of the first things you will want to do is get your wheel alignment checked. Mercedes-Benz recommends alignment be checked annually, but if you brought your car in for a tune-up or any kind of inspection within the last year, you can rest assured that we took at look at all four wheels. If something was wrong then, we would have let you know. Still, if you are experiencing a less than comfortable ride to work, it is probably time to bring it in for another inspection.
Camber, Caster, and Toe
Camber, castor, and toe are the three measurements we align when any car comes onto our lot. Respectively, this means we check vertical tilt, horizontal tilt, and the angle that of the wheel connects to the struts in relation to the rest of the vehicle. If just one of these measurements are off, very noticeable problems can happen with steering and ride comfort.
Sometimes obstacles get in our way and there is nothing we can do to avoid them. Hitting a curb or another immovable object can greatly damage your suspension or mess up your alignment. If this happened to you, we can help! Before we ask to replace the part completely, we will make sure that it can't be safely bent back. More often than not, alignment can be fixed with a simple twist of the frame. If it cannot be bent back, we promise to give you a fair estimate of what a new part will cost before we jump the gun on doing what we love, which, put simply, is fixing cars. If you have any questions about your alignment or the services we offer, call us today at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead!