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I cannot unlock the tire, not found the key to unlock them

In maintenance they tried to make the tires rotation, but they couldn't find the key to unlock the tires

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My light came on the one shaped like an engine and my car shakes in the front when i go 50 n over firestone couldn'[t find the problem


Could be your inner or outer tie rod ends or tires, you might try a reputable local independent garage rather than a big box tire store. Independent Service & Repair facilities tend to have more knowledge and experience then tire stores...and are more affordable!

Apr 19, 2012 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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Saving Your Tires


The largest vehicle expense short of a catastrophic mechanical failure can be the purchase of tires. After spending anywhere from a few hundred dollars to upwards in the thousands for tires why not protect your investment? Many tire stores offer packages for road hazard situations which usually covers tire repairs and lifetime rotate and balance as well as proration of the tire if tire becomes unrepairable.Ask your tire dealer what their road hazard packages cover? Some tire dealers even offer lifetime alignment or extended alignment service packages.

One of the most common cause for tire failure is improper inflation.Underinflated tires can cause excessive flexing of the sidewall causing the rolling resistance to increase (friction) and can not dissipate heat the way it was intended.This can lead to blow outs or tread separations.Overinflated tires can wear out the center tread and allow to much pressure to build up and cause a tire to blow out. Most vehicles have a placard in a door jam or glove
box that states what manufacturer suggests what the air pressure should be set to.If unable to locate the placard the owners manual contains the same information.This is what the air pressure should be set to.Tires have a maximum pressure printed on the sidewall this is more to advise what the tire can handle not a guideline for inflation.

A long term sign of an under inflated tire is inner and outer edge wear this causes the tire to not roll evenly across the road surface and puts the vehicles weight on the edges of the tire. An overinflated tire will
cause the the center tread of the tire to wear out.

You purchased a tire rated for 60000 miles and it only lasted for 30000? The reason for this is usually due to lack of tire rotation so the drive tires end up wearing out faster then the non drive tires. Proper tire
maintenance is the key to longevity of your tires.Most importantly proper tire pressure.Most manufacturers recommend tire rotations between 5000-7500 following this will maximize the life of your tires.Tire rotation
procedure can vary from a front wheel drive (FWD), rear wheel drive (RWD),all wheel drive (AWD), or four drive (4WD) your owners manual should tell you the best way to have your tire rotated for your vehicle. At one time it was suggested to never cross rotate tires due to damage occurring this is no longer the case. Advancements in tire technology has changed this so cross rotating is now a regular practice. There are some exceptions such as performance rated directional tires designed to only be mounted one way on the vehicle left or right side these can
only be rotated front to back.Some vehicle are now stock with different size front and rear tires so rotating
really is not an option.

After your tire replacement or rotation an alignment is a large a key to tire longevity and avoiding premature tire wear. In a perfect world there are no pot holes in the roads or curbs to hit but we all know that is not reality.These things can easily cause one of the alignment angles to go out of specification drastically reducing tire life. I mentioned earlier that some shops offer a lifetime or an extended alignment service plan this
is definitely a great option depending on what your intentions with the vehicle are.This can save you you a lot of money in the long run.About once a year or every 12000 miles you should have the alignment checked and set if needed even sooner if you commonly are hitting potholes and curbs.

Following these simple rules will allow you to get the maximum mileage from your tires.

on Jun 13, 2010 | Pontiac Grand Prix Cars & Trucks

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Vibration in front end of Chevy Trailblazer 4x4


Does the shake match tire rotation or drive shaft rotation speed? If it's at tire rotation speed,have the new tires been dynamically balanced on a brand name motorized balancer?Re balance them that way.If a wheel weight has come off you will have a shake.You can also rotate the tires from front to back and see if that helps.Also,brake rotors can be out of balance and even with a perfectly balanced tire,the rotor can throw the balance off.

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I took my 2007 Hyundai Accent to the local dealer for an oil change and to also rotate & balance tires...well, I do have the need for new tires, one is in really bad shape but they wanted to charge me...


Because they want you to spend the money there.
There is plenty of tires that will fit one type of wheel, that has nothing to do with your engine light whatsoever.
Now, you might need to do some maintenance to your suspension in order to get it aligned so that your new tires dont get worn out prematturely.
Take it to a respectable tire shop in your town, forget the dealership.

Aug 23, 2011 | Hyundai Accent Cars & Trucks

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2005 cts @ 100,000 what service needs to be done?


NORMAL MAINTENANCE @ 100,000 MILES (160,000 Kilometers) - EXHAUST SYSTEM - INSPECT

NORMAL MAINTENANCE @ 100,000 MILES (160,000 Kilometers) - FUEL SYSTEM - INSPECT

NORMAL MAINTENANCE @ 100,000 MILES (160,000 Kilometers) - AIR CLEANER/ELEMENT - REPLACE

NORMAL MAINTENANCE @ 100,000 MILES (160,000 Kilometers) - FUEL FILTER - REPLACE

NORMAL MAINTENANCE @ 100,000 MILES (160,000 Kilometers) - SPARK PLUGS - REPLACE

NORMAL MAINTENANCE @ 100,000 MILES (160,000 Kilometers) - TIRES - ROTATE - [Tires should be rotated every 5000 to 8000 miles, and/or at maintenance I or II service intervals.Check tire pressure, thread depth and wear.]

Feb 07, 2011 | 2005 Cadillac CTS

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Trying to find the owners manual for 2001 saturn sc2 as well as the maintenance schedule etc provided when the car was new


Scheduled Maintenance The service shown in this schedule up to 150,000 miles (250,000 km) should be performed after 150,000 miles (250,000 km) at the same intervals.
See Owner Inspections and Services for maintenance information.
Scheduled Maintenance Mileage
Maintenance Group No.
6,000 Miles (10 000 km)
1
18,000 Miles (30 000 km)
2
30,000 Miles (50 000 km)
3
36,000 Miles (60 000 km)
4
42,000 Miles (70 000 km)
1
50,000 Miles (83 000 km)
5
54,000 Miles (90 000 km)
2
60,000 Miles (100 000 km)
6
66,000 Miles (110 000 km)
1
72,000 Miles (120 000 km)
4
78,000 Miles (130 000 km)
1
90,000 Miles (150 000 km)
7
100,000 Miles (166 000 km)
8
102,000 Miles (170 000 km)
1
108,000 Miles (174 000 km)
4
114,000 Miles (190 000 km)
1
120,000 Miles (200 000 km)
6
126,000 Miles (210 000 km)
2
138,000 Miles (230 000 km)
1
150,000 Miles (250 000 km)
5
Maintenance Requirements - Group 1 • Rotate the tires. See Tire Inspection and Rotation for the proper rotation pattern and additional information. • Inspect the brake system. Check the brake calipers for freedom of movement and lubricate if required. • Inspect the exhaust system and shields. • Lubricate the door hinges, check links, hood and sunroof (if equipped). Maintenance Requirements - Group 2 • Rotate the tires. See Tire Inspection and Rotation for the proper rotation pattern and additional information. • Inspect the brake system. Check the brake calipers for freedom of movement and lubricate if required. • Inspect the exhaust system and shields. • Lubricate the door hinges, check links, hood and sunroof (if equipped). • Inspect the engine accessory drive belt and coolant hoses every 12 months or 18,000 miles (30,000 km), whichever occurs first. Maintenance Requirements - Group 3 • Rotate the tires. See Tire Inspection and Rotation for the proper rotation pattern and additional information. • Inspect the brake system. Check the brake calipers for freedom of movement and lubricate if required. • Inspect the exhaust system and shields. • Lubricate the door hinges, check links, hood and sunroof (if equipped). • Replace the engine air cleaner filter every 36 months or 30,000 mile (50,000 km), whichever occurs first. An Emission Control Service . (See footnote) • Inspect the vacuum lines/hoses every 24 months or 30,000 mile (50,000 km), whichever occurs first. An Emission Control Service . (See footnote) • Replace spark plugs. An Emission Control Service.

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Rumbly groan with turns at low speeds esp just beginning to move car Dealer just repalced entire rack and pinion and sway bar. no noise first day- today heard noise again


My esp light, all wheel drive light, traction light and abs lights have come on & won't go off. Tried everything I could think of. Tires are new, brakes are a little over 2 years old. Recently tires rotated. Maintenance done regularly . Whats wrong?

Mar 26, 2010 | 2007 Chrysler Pacifica FWD New Cars

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When do I need a transmission fluid flush and radiator flush on my 2001 Kia Spectra?


7 5
Maintenance
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2
3
4
5
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONTINUED)
Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first
× 1,000 km 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 72 80 88 96 104 112 120 128
# Months 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64
Automatic transaxle fluid (1) I I I R I I I R I I I R I I I R
Chassis & underbody bolts & nuts I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Tire condition & inflation pressure I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Wheel alignment (4)
Tire rotation
Steering operation & linkage I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Power steering fluid & lines I I I I I I I I
Driveshaft dust boots I I I I I
Seat belts, buckles & anchors I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Lock, hinges & hood latch L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L
MAINTENANCE
INTERVALS
MAINTENANCE
ITEM
Inspect when abnormal condition noted
Rotate the tires every 12,000 km
Chassis and body (Continued)

Sep 03, 2009 | 2001 Kia Spectra

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