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Auto Service Specialists
141 W 130th St., Hinckley Ohio 44233


(330) 220-4441

 

 

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Tires

 

Tires & Wheels: Tire Rotation

Description: Tire rotation refers to the regular practice of switching the position of each tire on the car.

 

Purpose: Tire rotation helps to equalize tread wear and is critical to gain the maximum life from your tire investment.

 

Maintenance Tips/Suggestions: Refer to your owner's manual for the recommended rotation interval and pattern; generally a rotation interval of 6,000 miles is recommended. The rotation pattern varies with different makes and models, which shows the tire locations during rotation. Some vehicles have different size tires on the front and back or directional tires. This limits the locations that a tire may take on the vehicle. When in doubt, check the owner's manual or consult one of our professional technician for guidance. Tire rotation time also offers a good opportunity to have the tires and wheels balanced. It's another step you can take to maximize your tire investment.

 

Troubleshooting Tires

Keep an eye out for these common signs that you may need new tires or service. If your vehicle exhibits any of these symptoms, Bring it in for us to look at:

  • When driving, your car pulls to one side or the other.set of four tires

  • You notice rhythmic vibrations.

  • Your tires are wearing unevenly.

  • Your tires won't maintain proper air pressure.

  • Shakes at Highway Speed

  • Low speed wobble in wheel

Servicing all of your tire needs from tire repair or replacement to wheel alignment, tire balancing, and rotation. While we are servicing your tires, we can inspect your brakes and suspension.

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Auto Service Specialists  141 W 130th Street

Hinckley, Ohio 44233

Ph. (330) 220-4441

 

A/C auto repair appointment

 

Business Hours:

Monday   8am - 7pm
Tuesday   8am - 7pm
Wednesday   8am - 5pm
Thursday   8am - 7pm
Friday   8am - 5pm

Closed Saturday & Sunday

 

 

Yokohama Tires Uniroyal Tires Toyo Tires Titan Tire Pirelli Tires Nitto Tire Michelin Tire Dealer Mastercraft Kumho Tires Kelly Tires Hankook Goodyear Tires General Tire Fuzion tire Firestone Federal Tires Falken Tire Dunlop Tires Cooper Tires Continental Tire Bridgestone Tire BF Goodrich

 

We offer a wide range of tires for your vehicle. Let our professionals help you find the right tires for your car. Improve your vehicle's handling, increase tire life, and drive with safety by checking your tires every month to insure that they are inflated with the right amount of air pressure.

 

How to read the model and size on a car tire

 

What do those numbers on your tires represent?

The numbers in the tire size refer to its width, aspect ratio, and wheel diameter. "185/75R14" means the tire is 185 mm wide, has an aspect ratio (that is, the width divided by the height) of 75%, and fits on a 14" rim.

"R" means radial tire. They're all radials nowadays. Speed ratings are usually inserted before the "R." The most common speed ratings are HR (good for 130mph), VR (149 mph), and ZR (more than 149 mph).

 

 

TPMS - Tire Pressure Monitoring System

As part of the effort to increase awareness of the need to maintain proper tire pressure, the U.S. government has taken steps to make it easier for drivers to be aware of potentially unsafe low pressure in their tires. As of the 2008 model year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) now requires that all passenger cars and light trucks feature the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). In conjunction with the new requirements, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (AAM) has initiated a consumer safety campaign focusing on the importance of maintaining proper tire pressure.

 

We service Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS)

tire_pressure_monitoringTPMS is an automated system that monitors the air pressure in a vehicle's tires. When air pressure in one or more tires drops 25 percent or more below the correct pressure, a warning indicator alerts the driver. TPMS typically delivers these alerts to the driver through one of two types of warning lights on the dashboard.

 

1. The first uses the official TPMS symbol, which is a cross-section of a tire with an exclamation mark in the center.

2. The second is a top-view graphic image of a car that indicates which tires are low.


Tire pressure is monitored through one of two methods: direct or indirect. Direct TPMS monitors the actual air pressure inside each tire via a sensor mounted within the tire. Indirect TPMS measures tire pressure by monitoring the speed and rotation of each individual wheel. When a significant variation in speed and rotation is detected in one or more wheels when compared with the others, it is often an indication of underinflation. This information is then transmitted to the vehicle's on-board computer, and the driver is alerted.

 

However, while TPMS systems offer increased safety to drivers through low pressure warnings, they are not meant to be a substitute for proper tire pressure maintenance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

We service Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS)

 

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Auto Service Specialist is a family owned and operated auto repair facility located in the northwest corner of Hinckley Ohio near the Intersection of W. 130th and Boston Road. Bordering Strongsville, North Royalton and Brunswick OH. Auto Service Specialists has been providing the highest quality automotive maintenance and repair to Medina and Cuyahoga counties from this location since 1996. While we do specialize in Honda and Acura service, we also service all makes and models, foreign and domestic for cars and light trucks.

 

 

 

Local Car and Truck Repair Service for Hinckley OH., Brunswick, Strongsville & North Royalton Ohio


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