What’s wrong with my car? Let the professionals at Foreign Affairs Auto in West Palm Beach help
Is your car acting funny? Do you think something is wrong with your car? If you aren’t a mechanic it will be impossible to figure out what’s wrong with your car. Your car can’t tell you what’s wrong with it so it uses sound, smell and movements to let you know if something isn’t right. To keep you and passengers safe in your vehicle it must be working properly. In order to know what’s wrong with your car you should always keep your ears and nose open for some of the tell tale signs that something is wrong your car.
Foreign Affairs Auto has been selling luxury cars in West Palm Beach community since 1982. As a long time member of the community we want all our neighbors to be as safe as possible when driving on the roads. So when you hear something funny or think your car just isn’t driving the way it use to, there may be something wrong your car. Stop in at Foreign Affairs Auto in West Palm Beach and have our factory-trained and ASE certified technicians help you find out what’s wrong with your car.
Let’s go over a few of the common sounds and things to look for to help you figure out what’s wrong with you car.
If you notice a slapping sound that gets louder when you accelerate it could possibly mean that your tire has blown or is slowly tearing off your wheel. If you hear a sound like this pullover immediately and check the status of your tires.
A squealing sound coming from under the hood usually means a one of your belts may be end the end of it’ lifetime and needs to be replaced. If you wait too long to change a belt and it breaks while driving you could cause more damage to the other mechanical functions.
Harsh grinding noises when you brake means that you have worn out your brake pads. Replace your brake pads as soon as you possible so you maintain a safe braking distance.
Remember keep your eyes, ears and nose open so you can figure out what’s wrong with your car. If you require any car repair service in West Palm Beach come down to Foreign Affairs Auto so we can help you stay safe on the road.