Alignment

Alignment

At Argyle Auto Care, when it comes to alignment, there’s no better technology or car alignment equipment than Hunter Alignment. Our mechanics use Hunter Alignment equipment, arguably the best alignment equipment on the market, on each and every wheel alignment for precise measurements and accurate adjustments. Hunter Alignment equipment helps us to guarantee the best wheel alignment service for our customers. We believe that our customers deserve the best wheel alignment service possible, provided through the best alignment equipment available.

A four wheel alignment is an adjustment, Argyle Auto Care; located in Argyle, TX, can make on your vehicle to ensure the tires are calibrated to 'point' straight ahead. Proper wheel alignment using laser alignment makes a vehicle steer easily and allows tires to wear evenly. We recommend a 4-wheel alignment annually to extend the life of your tires. An alignment should always be performed after installing new tires.

If your car has a tendency to pull to one side or if the steering wheel vibrates, then your car may be experiencing an alignment problem. The majority of handling problems can be corrected by a wheel alignment. When all system components are aligned properly during a wheel alignment service, road shock is more efficiently absorbed and significantly lessened, which leads to a smoother ride.

Another advantage of proper alignment is the handling of your car. Laser alignment ensures your vehicle handles correctly and helps increase the life and performance of your tires. Impacts such as potholes and railroad crossings, as well as more severe circumstances, such as accidents, can knock your car out of precision alignment. You should have an alignment if you see uneven wear on your tires, your steering is off, or if you have recently had an impact.

Our mechanics are able to locate alignment issues within a brief 90-second procedure. The procedure includes chocking wheels, mounting targets, setting air pressure, rolling wheels forward to compensate sensors, and scanning VIN for specs and wheel steer specifications. After the wheel alignment procedure, results print out automatically, upon which our mechanics can make the necessary alignment adjustments with exact precision.

Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance

If you notice unusual tire wear or that your vehicle "pulls" one way or the other, the wheel alignment may need to be adjusted. If you notice your vehicle vibrating on a smooth road, your tires may be out of balance.

A tire that is out of balance often affects ride quality and can shorten the life of tires, bearings, shocks and other suspension components. A speed-dependent vibration—becoming noticeable around 45 mph and increasing as speed increases—is probably balance-related.

At Argyle Auto Care; your complete automotive care center in Argyle, TX  we install only quality replacement parts. Give us a call at (940) 464-3131 and let us help keep you safely and economically on the road. We serve Argyle and the surrounding areas.