Every make and model comes with it’s own set of possible problems, but there are some common issues.
Suspension and Steering Components — Ball joints, sway bar links, and control arm bushings have been reported to wear out at around 100,000 miles. Front upper strut mounts may wear prematurely, resulting in a loud noise from the front of the vehicle when going over bumps. We can fix all types of suspension and steering problems!
Oil and Power Steering Leaks — Most noted at around 55,000 miles, symptoms include a squealing noise, leaking fluid, low fluid levels, and decreased steering performance.
Electrical Components — Owners have reported that the most common problems are failure of digital dashboard display or console, erratic lights, and failed tailed lamps.
Engine and Transmission Mounts— These components isolate vibration and noise from the passenger compartment of the vehicle. When the mounts no longer hold the powertrain firmly in place, the engine will lift up on acceleration and may slam down when you release the throttle. You’ll hear a bump or thud as the engine lifts and drops, and eventually damage may result.