Front End Repair

Front End Repair in Hilo

At MS Auto, we understand that car repair can be a stressful event. We strive to provide our customers with comprehensive information as to why the repair is required, how the component failure occurred, and what preventative maintenance measures can be taken to prolong the success of the repair and avoid failure in the future. Our professional ASE-certified technicians are trained to diagnose and repair broken or faulty system components that make up your vehicle’s complex systems, including the steering and suspension systems and more. You can count on us to do the job right, keep you informed and get you safely on your way.

Steering Repair

If you have to wrestle your vehicles steering wheel to stay on the road, then you probably have a steering problem.  Whether it's a simple repair, like power steering fluid, or a more complex repair, MS Auto Inc can assist in getting you back on the road as quickly as possible.  If your car is experiencing any of the these problems, you might have a steering repair need:
  • Noise when the car hits potholes or bumps in the road
  • Difficulty in turning the steering wheel
  • Uneven tire wear

Call us at (808) 961-6330 for expert service!

Suspension Repair

Does your vehicle seem to bounce more than it should?  You may have a suspension problem.  Maintaining your vehicles suspension has 3 important jobs:
  • Keeping tires on the road - It's important for the cars tires to always be in contact with the road to ensure that you remain in control
  • Stable steering & handling - this ensures the car does not tip or roll in a turn
  • Passenger comfort - helps to keep the cabin of the vehicle comfortable.

Wheel Alignment

Running into potholes left and right? We have the solutions. Misaligned wheels can diminish the life of your tires by causing rapid and uneven tread wear. Properly aligned wheels improve driver safety, enhance your driving control, increase fuel efficiency and maximize the life of your tires. Save your tires before it’s too late! 

Four Wheel Alignment

Our team performs dozens of wheel alignments every month, and each one of those 4-wheel alignments improves the accuracy and precision of your vehicle's camber, caster and toe angles. We recommend getting your alignment checked every 6 months or 6,000 miles. 4-wheel alignments should be checked at regular intervals.

Two Wheel Alignment

In a two-wheel alignment rear toe and thrust angle is checked. Then all the adjustments are made on the front wheels. This happens on cars that don't have rear wheel adjustments, but can determine if there is something wrong with the back wheels.

Why Align?

Improper wheel or tire alignment can cause your tires to wear unevenly and prematurely. Some specific types of undue tread wear attributable to misalignment are feathering, threading, camber wear, hell/toe wear, and tire balancing. Lack of alignment may cause you to feel your steering wheel pull to one side, threatening your safety on the road.
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