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Wheel Alignment

Count on 603 MTech Autowerks for all your wheel alignment needs.

Wheel Alignment

  • Inspect suspension and steering systems, including air pressure and tire condition

  • Vehicle is placed on an alignment rack, where sensors are mounted and compensated

  • Print initial tire alignment readings.

  • Vehicle Ride Height Mesaured

  • Camber, caster, toe and thrust angles are adjusted according to manufacturer specifications

  • Print final tire alignment readings

  • Test drive the vehicle


How Often Should you Get An Alignment

Generally, we recommend getting a wheel alignment check every 10,000 miles or 6 months as a maintenance practice. In addition to that, hitting potholes or curbs and getting into minor accidents can also cause alignment issues that will require maintenance. If you notice your vehicle pulling to one side, your steering wheel is crooked when you’re driving straight, or there is a squealing noise coming from your tires, you may need to align the wheels earlier than planned. Make it a habit to check your tires regularly and watch out for uneven or rapid tread wear, which could also be a sign that your wheel alignment is off. Fixing the alignment will ensure your tires last longer, so it’s worth the investment.

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