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Problems with 1997-2006 Jeep TJ Wrangler Power Steering Box

Now, more than 20 years after the first one rolled off the assembly line, one of the biggest issues that many owners have is with the Jeep TJ Wrangler power steering box. But while many of them now sport oversized and aggressive rubber, the TJ Wrangler was originally equipped with comparatively smaller 205/75R15 tires. The increased resistance from bigger, wider tires means the TJ Wrangler’s power steering box that has already seen years of abuse has to work even harder as it tries to muscle the front wheels from side to side. This increased wear on an old power steering box assembly and power steering pump causes dead spots in the steering travel and can eventually lead to the complete failure of the power steering system.

1998 – 2004 Audi and Volkswagen Control Arm and Ball Joint Failure

With such a complex suspension, repairs are often difficult, time consuming, and expensive. Many A4, A5, Allroad, and Passat owners will try to save money by only replacing the single control arm which exhibits the most wear. But this rarely, if ever, restores the stability of the entire suspension and many of our customers become discouraged when the symptoms of a worn suspension persist.

The Ultimate Step by Step Headlight Replacement Guide

Headlights are one of those deceptively complex auto parts. At first glance, swapping out an old headlight for a new one seems pretty simple. Some cars are designed with easy access to the headlight compartment, but many require the removal of different panels and have hidden nuts & bolts or confusing electrical connections.

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New Year's Resolution: Make More Preventative Repairs

It’s a fresh start to a new year, and it’s time to turn a new leaf. No more procrastination on getting that weird noise coming from your engine checked out. It’s time to take care of things at the first sign of failure and making sure that maintenance checks are made no matter how big or small. Here’s to keeping your vehicle in check!

Here’s how to be ahead of the most common car failures.

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