Chapter 14 - Videos

Suspension, Steering, and Tires

Most of the roads that we drive on are not perfectly smooth and straight. S-curves, potholes, speed bumps, construction zones, and weather conditions make it necessary for vehicles to have control mechanisms. A properly working suspension and steering system gives the operator and passengers of the vehicle a smooth and pleasant ride. Shocks, struts, springs, and tires all assist in controlling the automobile by keeping the tires in contact with the road.

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CNET On Cars – Car Tech 101​: How tires work
(CNET)

Car Tech 101: Power steering explained
(CNET)

Do you know the symptoms of worn tires?
(TennecoInc)

How To Remove and Properly Install a Strut On Your Vehicle
(TennecoInc)

How to Check & Measure Tire Tread Depth & Wear
(Autobytel)

Recall Roulette: Americans Could Be Driving on Bad, Dangerous Tires
(ABC News)

Tire Rack Tire Testing – How Much Tread Depth Do You Need?
(Tire Rack)

Tire Types 101 with Tire Rack
(Tire Rack)

Understanding a Suspension System
(MoogProblemSolver)

Wheel Alignment
(MoogProblemSolver)

How Magnetic Suspensions Work – Magnetic Ride Control
(Engineering Explained)

When To Replace Car Shocks And Car Struts
(AutoZone)

How To Replace Shocks and Struts
(AutoZone)

New Tires vs Worn Tires – What Performs Best?(Engineering Explained)

The Flexible Wheel
(Michelin)

Check Tire Pressure
(Car Care Council)

How Steering and Suspension Systems Work
(ACDelco)

Front Suspension Systems
(Delphi Technologies)

Rear Suspension Systems
(Delphi Technologies)

The Effects of Worn Shocks
(Monroe)

Agility Control
(Mercedes-Benz)

Airmatic – Air Suspension
(Mercedes-Benz)

Suspension System Component Identification
(MOOG Parts)

Continuous Control Electronic Suspension
(Monroe)

How Monotube Shock Absorbers Work
(Monroe)

How Magnetic Ride Control Works
(Chevrolet)

How Twin Tube Shock Absorbers Work
(Monroe)

Good Shock vs. Bad Shock
(Gabriel)

ReadyMount Struts
(Gabriel)

Quick-Strut Installation Tips
(Monroe)

How to Prime a Grease Gun
(Lincoln Industrial)

Electronic Power Steering
(Cardone Industries)

When to Replace Tires – Check Tire Tread Depth
(Discount Tire)

How to Read a Tire Size
(Discount Tire)

UTQG Ratings
(Discount Tire)

How to Check Tire Pressure
(Discount Tire)

How to Change a Spare Tire
(Discount Tire)

Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(Discount Tire)

Checking Tread Depth with Pocket Change
(Tire Rack)

All-Season vs. Winter Tires
(Tire Rack)

Self Sealing Tires
(Continental Tires)

Self-Supporting Tire
(Bridgestone Tires)

Airless Tire
(Michelin)

Low Rolling Resistance Tires
(Michelin)

5 Tire Rotation
(Discount Tire)

Why Do We Balance Wheels?
(Hunter Engineering)

Why Do Cars Need Wheel Alignment?
(Hunter Engineering)

Camber Measurement
(Hunter Engineering)

Toe Measurement
(Hunter Engineering)

Caster Measurement
(Hunter Engineering)

Materials Engineer
(CareerOneStop)

Tire Changer
(CareerOneStop)

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