When rotating tiers can you put the left rear on the right front and the right rear on the left front?
And move the fronts straight back, that's how I do it, as long as they are not directional tires.
Is it possible to rotate tires on staggered wheels if you just rotate the fronts with the fronts and rears with the rears?
Well, the answer is maybe - it depends on the type of tire you are using. Some tires are either asymmetrical or unidirectional. Asymmetrical tires have a tread pattern such that the tire has a distinct "outside" and "inside" - that is, the tire must be mounted such that the outside part of the tr...
Your right rear side light is not flashing on the outside but in the car it flashes really fast when you turn on and the left rear light is working Why is the right rear side not working?
Did you check if the bulb is ok? Normally if a bulb is burned out the speed of the indicator inside the car increases significantly.
if it is a car engine we can answer by seeing its cooling fan design or fan blade profile.
I would need to know what kind of car you have some cars have separate fuses and relays for both sides
You're supposed to bleed all four brakes or you really arent doing anthing, you could also cause improper and uneven wear on the brake pads them selves
Absolutely. It's a recommended procedure to ensure even tire wear between the front and the rear tires. Further... swap the rears to the opposite fronts.. ie.. rear left to front right.. the fronts can just be swapped to same side rear on most cars an trucks..
The front and rear axle of the vehicle works independently. Unless you have different type of absorber for left and right side, if not, there will not be any harm using either gas or hydraulic on different axle. Tks
press the turning signal idiot
Yes, as long as no tires leave the roadway ... in other words, if your tires will touch dirt when passing on the right, then it is illegal and could warrant the issuance of a ticket.
if it has the same stud pattern yes. hope this helpsYes, as long as they fit.
What is that Thumping noise in tail end of car VW Golf 97 when turning when turning right get noise in rear right and when turning left get it in rear left side had struts replaced no help?
If you lowered the car or had suspension/strut work done you can be rubbingThe body in the boot?
Most people will say the rear, in order to reduce the risk of fishtailing.
If you're talking about a battery... The + is positive, sometimes red, and connects to something with power such as your alternator. The - is negative, sometimes black, and connects to the ground such as the block or chassis.
Type of noise - scraping, clicking?Type of vehicle?it's neither scraping or clicking it's kind of like a humming soundvehicle is 99 le Sabre
Headon collision. You're both at fault.
I am no expert, but I would put only two new tires on my front wheel drive car, I always put the best pair in the front. I am not good with cars but 2 be honest i think you should put the 2 new tires on the back because the back wheels are the 1s that move the car and they need better mobility
When you turn the tiller, the wheels directly under the nose of the aircraft are turned, and the rest of the plane follows suit.It works in conjunction with differential braking by adding thrust to the engine on the side opposite the 'braked' wheel.This helps to turn the plane more smoothly.
No. The the same part number is applicable for both driver and passenger side windows. Front and rear are also the same.
You have a serious front end problem. Have a mechanic inspect it asap.
DO NOT apply winter/snow tires only to the front axle.This applies to all passenger and light truck vehicles including front-wheel-drive, 4WD, and AWD vehicles.o If studded winter/snow tires are installed on the front axle of any vehicle, studded winter/snow tires must also be installed on the re...
Car turning right has the right away. Car turning from left has to yield the right away to cars coming strait or turning right this is the law in all 50 states
You may have a problem with the car's suspension system such as a need to replace the shocks . If the driver is over weight the vehicle will lean to the left.
When you turn right the weight of the vehicle shifts to the left, which could cause rubbing of several things on the left side.
If you are asking about the gear shift then YES you can but then you have to make some internal modifications in the engine block, the cam shaft and the driving gear should be attached to the right side of the block
The entire process to convert right-hand drive to left-hand drive is not a simple process and thus should be done under the supervision of the expert.Any minor mistake while the rhd to lhd conversion can result in some issues with not only the car but also for the people driving in the car.
When you drive your car it feels like the left front tire is going over a bump in the road every full rotation?
There's probably a flat spot in the tire somewhere. A worn wheel bearing is another possibility, as is damage to the rim.
Generally, yes.The binding caliper causes the pads to rub against the rotor heating the pads and rotor up. Hot pads and rotor provide less braking under equal pressure (when braking) so the right brake works better. The car will pull toward the better brake.
You have a knocking sound left hand front when you put the power on hard any ideas where to look first?
If it is 4wd then I would suspect a bad u-joint. Also check you left motor mount. Check the radius arm bushings. They tend to deteriorate over time causing a loud banging/thumping sound under the front/driver side of the truck. Replace the bushings and many problems you were having go away.
History and origin.About a 35% of the world population drives on the left, and the countries that do are mostly old British colonies.Since most people are right-handed, swordsmen preferred to keep to the left in order to have their right arm nearer to an opponent and their scabbard further from him.
If they are the same type of truck and body style then, yes you can. This is how body panels are repaired at body shops.
What causes the front brakes to enter anti-lock mode when the vehicle is almost stopped and the wheels are turned to the right or left?
more than likely a bad wheel speed sensor
If you're talking about from the wheels, higher or lower in pitch with speed, it's one or both front wheel bearings. If you're talking about from the engine compartment, it's the power steering pump.
When accelerating the car pulls steady right and when braking the car jerks suddenly left and smells like burning brakes?
Have your brake system inspected. Sounds like you have a caliber sticking.
For the same reason airplanes have red lights on the left and blue lights on the right. If, in a poor vision situation, two police cars (or any emergency vehicle for that matter) are some distance apart and racing down a highway (or two planes in the sky) and see the flashing lights of another di...
When you turn on your left turn signal and you have to apply the breaks at the same time your right rear brake light goes out but the center brake light works?
If this were my car, I would replace the brake light switch ( near the brake pedal ). This could be the problem and is about the cheapest thing to start with. Good luck.check the ground connection at the taillights a bad ground will cause this
its how the car is made some times they don't have enough room to fish the rubber line up through all the stuff that is in the way so its easier to put it on the other side!
IN COUNTRIES WHERE THEY DRIVE ON THE RIGHT:When there are three or more lanes of traffic going the same direction it is usually considered legal to pass on the right. Also, when the car to the left is making a left turn and you have a lane to pass. IN COUNTRIES WHERE THEY DRIVE ON THE LEFT: ... i...
The pelvis is all ONE bone, so you can't really break both your left and your right.But a bad fall can cause you to break your pelvis, and if you do it in two places, you can have one break to the right and one to the left.A more common way of breaking your pelvis would be through a car accident.
Could be a bad wheel bearing or worn spring pin bushings.Inspect for loose/worn steering linkage joints, lug nuts, wheel bearings, etc.
The "Spider" gears located inside the differential.
It is roughly 39 1/2 inches apart. Check the related link.
If you have a RWD Expedition, I see two different part numbers for front left and right abs wheel speed sensors. If you have 4WD the front wheel speed sensors are the same.
Make the turn from the designated lane (use left lane). Do not enter into the right lane. Right Turn: As you prepare to turn, reduce speed and stay as far to the right as possible. Give turn signal.Yield to pedestrians who may be crossing your path. Avoid making wide, sweeping turns in the...
Why would my left side speakers front and rear be quieter than my right side speakers for car audio and this is a brand new system all the settings are normal including balance and fade?
there should be a "balance" and "fader" feature on your stereo. check the manual as to how to adjust these. the "balance" feature adjusts left to right. make sure that it is set to 0, then the left and right will be even.You might also have some loose connections.
If you have power steering, the fluid can be low. the belt driving the pump can be loose, the pump itself can be bad, if front wheel drive, the steering rack can be bad. I would check the fluid and belt tension first.
You lean to the right as your car turns left because of the momentum. While you are driving in a straight line the car and you have forward momentum as the car turns to the left its changing the trajectory of its momentum but since you are not really part of the car you keep following the forward...
When Changed brakes bearings rear end seals on 2004 GMC 2500 HD duramax and still grinding on right side?
The carrier bearings or pinion bearings may be at fault.
Yes, but you do so at the risk of spoiling the handling. The suspension of modern automobiles is designed and carefully tuned by experts to provide the best handling under all conditions. Mess with it at your own risk. The transmission ratios are chosen for optimum wheel sizes, as well, and chang...
When parked downhill and need to reverse uphill when you put in reverse the car rolls forwards is this right or is something not right?
Assuming you're driving a car with a manual gearbox, a reverse hill start is fairly straight-forward.To Start with, you need to have your handbrake fully on, this will stop the car from rolling.With your clutch pedal pushed fully down, select reverse, then gradually bring your clutch pedal up tow...
According to the standard jury instruction dealing with left-hand turns, a driver making such a turn is supposed to yield the right of way to an oncoming driver who is within the intersection or so close to the intersection as to create an immediate hazard.
well front engine is cheaper gas due to it in front pulling vec. and rear eng. is in back pushing vec.
When there are oncoming cars to left of you and a child on a bike to the right what is the correct action to take?
When there are oncoming cars to left of you and a child on a bike to the right, long before you get close to the biker, SLOW down, be prepared to stop. Let all oncoming traffic pass. Stay behind the biker, with plenty of distance. Do NOT blow your horn at the biker--the child could wreck. Once AL...
Front-to-back Directional tires are designed and constructed so that they always rotate in the same direction due to their tread pattern.If your tires are directional, they should only be rotated from front to back (or vice-versa) on the same side of the vehicle.
In the United States, motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death among children.Children under age 13 should ride properly buckled in the back seat on every trip.Never place a rear-facing car seat in the front seat or in front of an airbag.Airbags can kill young children riding in the fro...
To rotate non-directional tires, use the cross pattern.For cars with rear-wheel drive, move the front tires to the opposite sides of the rear: left-front to right-rear and right-front to left-rear.The rear tires are moved straight forward.
the most likely culprit would be engine and possibly transmission mounts have went bad and allow the engine and transmission to move more than they should.
In right-hand drive cars what sides are the accelerator and brake pedal on? In RHD vehicle the accelerator is at right side after that there is brake and at last there is clutch.The sequence is same for both types as mentioned earlier also the brake pedal is kept bit upward to identify it at the ...
LEFT TURN TRAFFIC RULES Left turns shall yield to oncoming traffic.The driver reaching the intersection first has the right-of-way unless turning left.When two vehicles reach the intersection simultaneously, the one on the right has the right-of-way.
On a Mitsubishi eclipse the right blinker blinks constantly and the left blinker stays on could this be the flasher?
turn it off, awww this is the mon
There are only two times when you may pass to the right of another vehicle: on a two-lane road when the vehicle you are passing is about to turn left and on a highway with at least two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.
If you are driving in a straight line - both being on right or left are equally safe and comfortable for right handed people as well as left handed people.However, if you are left handed then being on the right side and turning towards right is easier for you.
In front wheel drive the traction comes from the front wheels while in rear wheel drive traction power comes from the rear wheels.
Why would 1998 Honda Civic make a rattling sound on front left wheel which you hear rounding curves and occasionally when driving straight Completely stops when car stops?
You might want to have the CV joints checked. When bearings start to go out, they make a "clicking" or "rattling" noise while driving - especially while making turns.
inertia-when moving in a forward motion your body tries to continue in the same direction even when the car is turning
In the US from left to right whereas in the UK you would look to the right first as that is the direction from which traffic will first approach and you always look to the danger which is more/most immediate .
If the car turns right, your body tries to stay where it was, which is on the left.Same reason when the car accelerates forwards, you are pushed back into your seat.The source of the centripetal force that forces you to go around the turn is the friction between your seat and your thighs.
Why would your car pop in the front midle when you turn steering wheel left or right driving or in park?
I would say it would have to be a bad CV shaft. If it isn't that, check your inner tie rod ends.
Can you have a japan car made with the gas and brake peddles on the left side of steering your right leg was amputaed?
It wouldn't make a difference, JDM(Japanese Domestic Market) cars have the pedals exactly the same. only difference is which hand you use to shift. if your leg was amputated you would just have to figure out how to use the leg you still have, I've never seen a car have a brake and gas pedal on th...
Yes, they are both 2nd generation and the doors are identical.
Bad wheel bearing is a possibility.
The brakes are defective. The pressures on the brakes and the friction material should be even so that the vehicle pulls up in a straight line.Check things like:Worn padsWorn disc rotorsSeized calipers and pistonsContamination on brake surfaces.Worn suspension could also cause the random drifting...
What causes creaking in the front end when coming to a stop plus a feeling every bump in the road and darting left and right when hitting bumps 1999 Cavalier?
Worn out ball joints, struts, lower control arm bushings, tie-rod ends, sway bar bushings, sway bar links, etc. Any one or more of these could do that. Sounds dangerous. Have the front end checked asap.
The bearing it's self does not effect the ABS but, if the other parts removed to replace the bearing were not assembled correctly that can cause ABS problems. The most common problem that happens when these parts are disassembled is, the brake line gets twisted when it's put back together or the ...
The front suspension is steerable.
if your signal is faster than normal then you need a new bulb
When turning left at and intersection and the on coming car is turning left also which side should you pass on?
Both cars pass on the left. Another way to look at it is that the cars won't pass each other at all. They will both turn before they reach each other.
The right and left sides of a vehicle or the engine are determined facing forward from the rear of the car or as from the point of view of being seated inside the car, facing the front (from the driver's seat).
So you can see where you are going around your car when it is dark.
Do you need to upgrade the master cylinder on a 1975 Ford F-250 when switching to dual piston calipers both front and rear?
yes , you will have to get a master cylander that will match the calipers and system
Who is at fault in a shopping mall parking lot where you are driving forward through the lanes turning left into the drive lane when a car coming from your right hits your right rear end of the ca?
It depends if you pulled out without looking and/or too quickly so as to cut off the car on your right it's your fault. If you were moving very slow and they didnt see you and hit you its their fault. Although.. It is your responsibility as the car NOT in the driving lane to yield to the car IN t...
There is no way to firmly affix the plate to your windshield so that it can be observed by law enforcement, and you will end up being pulled over if you choose to just place the plate on the dashboard facing the windshield.It's best to just affix the plate to the front end of your car and avoid a...
It should, but may be a tad wider
The short answer is that you can replace your brake pads in pairs (front or rear) as necessary, but don't have to replace both sets at the same time unless they both need it.The reason for this is that your front brakes actually do most of the work.