Next to the engine, cars depend on many important mechanical and electrical parts and parts in order to run efficiently on the road, among these parts are the so-called car arms, and the work of this important part is to connect the engine and the car tires, and if the arms are damaged, it causes a great danger to the safety of the car and passengers.
There are many reasons that lead to damage to the arms of the car, including frequent walking on unpaved and desert roads because of the constant exposure to potholes and bumps, and not lubricating the arms in the periodic maintenance of the car also exposes them to 40% damage, and through simple steps it is possible to identify the exposure Arms for damage or not, which are as follows.
- Inspect the arms first by looking at all parts of the rubber arm, if you find a piece of rubber cut or corroded, this indicates that the arm is damaged and must be replaced immediately.
- If you make a clicking sound when you turn the steering wheel quickly left and right.
- Check the levers with your hands by moving each arm separately, if the lever moves easily, this indicates that this arm has become damaged and unusable in the car.
- Hold the car tire and move it left and right, if there are sounds like crackling sounds while moving the tire, this indicates damage to the arm.
Sometimes the damage of one of the levers leads to a vacuum in the steering wheel, but it is not necessary that the problem here is caused by the failure of this part only