Once the steering unit is disassembled, the parts are degreased in our parts washer so our certified technicians can carefully examine them.
The technicians then thoroughly analyze each part for wear and tear and severely damaged areas.
Damaged or faulty parts are removed and disposed of.
Evaluation and Assembly
Evaluation of parts is done by a trained technician through two separate tests. The first test is called a magnaflux test. This test allows the technician to see even the most minute crack by viewing the parts with a black light inside of a specially built booth. By finding smaller cracks now it helps avoid steering malfunctions and failures in the future. The second phase of the assessment involves measurement testing of integral components for excessive wear or damage.
Any parts not meeting OEM expectations are immediately discarded and replaced with new parts. Before reassembly, the customer will be made aware of all options and cost to repair. Once the customer is satisfied, we reassemble the unit and move to the final step – dynotesting.
All customer units are dynotested to identify problems before the unit is disassembled.
This gives the technician a chance to test the unit’s performance under regular road conditions and assess potential problems.
This testing will save you valuable time, money and resources.
The same test will be repeated once the unit is repaired to ensure the problem has been corrected.
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