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Recommended Every 12 Months
Includes inspection of the front & rear suspension/steering components, adjustment of toe-in, camber and caster if applicable.
In addition to Volkswagen product sales, our dealership has several Volkswagen services that are available to residents of Butler, Pennsylvania. Our Volkswagen four-wheel alignment service is one of our several routine maintenance services. Four-wheel alignments improve the safety of our customers’ vehicles and help our customers save money on part costs.
Vehicles can either have a four-wheel alignment or a two-wheel alignment done. While an additional alignment, known as a thrust alignment, exists, two-wheel alignments are one of the most commonly used alignment services. Two-wheel alignments, however, are used on vehicles with solid rear axles. A four wheel-alignment, also known as an all-wheel alignment, is used for vehicles that have an independent rear suspension or an all-wheel-drive system. Vehicles that have adjustable rear axle components can become misaligned in both their front and rear wheels. Therefore, a four-wheel alignment must be done to ensure that all of the wheels are correctly oriented.
Save money on tires and suspension parts by having a four-wheel alignment done. Wheel alignments make sure that all of the wheels on a vehicle are working together to move a vehicle. By eliminating instances where the wheels of a vehicle can oppose the movements of one another, wheel alignments allow a vehicle to operate more efficiently. The efficiency not only reduces tire wear and suspension stress, but it also improves fuel efficiency. Aside from cost savings, wheel alignments also improve the ride quality of a vehicle and can eliminate excess cabin noise.
Wheel alignments have to be done routinely on your vehicle since the wheels will continue to become misaligned over time. There aren’t set time frames for wheel alignment services since suspension changes happen on a case-by-case basis, but drivers are commonly advised to bring their vehicles in for wheel alignment services at least once every two to three years. Common things that can force your vehicle’s wheels to become misaligned include rough bumps, uneven road surfaces, and hard suspension hits. To determine when you need a wheel alignment, you should monitor your suspension system and refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual.
We will be glad to have your vehicle in for servicing at Diehl Volkswagen of Butler. Our service department provides a dependable Volkswagen four-wheel alignment in Butler, Pennsylvania. We can provide more information about our alignment services, or the many other services that we have to offer, once you contact us. If you would like to schedule your next wheel alignment here, reach out to a helpful member of our dealership’s team.
Diehl Volkswagen of Butler, Pittsburgh Road, Butler, PA, USA