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We offer a quality four-wheel alignment service at Larry Roesch CDJR boasting a certified technician using computerized alignment equipment for precision results. When you bring your vehicle to us for wheel alignment service, you can expect to receive quality care from Mopar service experts that understand your vehicle and its wheel alignment service requirements professionally. We use high-tech wheel alignment equipment to guarantee precision results and offer regular parts & service specials to offer an enhanced service value not offered by independent service shops. We also offer online service scheduling and free multi-point inspections to remove any uncertainties about who can provide your vehicle with the highest quality and most valuable four-wheel alignment service.
The sole purpose of a wheel alignment is to ensure that the wheel assemblies are positioned at factory specifications. When a vehicle’s wheels are in precision alignment, the wheel-tire assemblies meet the steering and suspension components correctly, are pointed in the right direction, the front wheels turn parallel to each other to steer the vehicle, and all tires grip the road with the flat tread face.
Service intends to restore factory specifications across the vehicle by measuring and adjusting the wheel angles at each wheel-tire assembly. A certified technician using our computerized alignment equipment will measure wheel angles – camber, caster, and toe – adjusting them as needed to bring those out of alignment back within the manufacturer’s factory specifications. Rest assured that the service will restore factory specifications and you’ll leave with peace of mind that precision guides how each tire grips the road.
Since human faculties are limited and we staff certified but not superhuman technicians, we rely on a computerized wheel aligner equipped with laser technology for precision results; independent service shops all around Chicago continue to use obsolete mechanical alignment to provide roll-the-dice service quality by a not-certified mechanic with antique alignment equipment. With the smallest wheel angle error allowing rapid tire wear, an unpleasant driving experience, and risking safety, we only recommend getting alignment service from qualified professionals backed with high-tech equipment such as the certified technicians working within a certified Mopar service department at Larry Roesch CDJR in Elmhurst.