2000 Ford Taurus



October, 27, 2008 AT 2:19 PM

Brakes problem
2000 Ford Taurus 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 118000 miles

i just had my rear brakes done, new pads and rotors, as well as 4 new tires and an alignment. Within one week the steering wheel started shaking very slightly when I put on the brakes. It seems to have gotten worse. I am wondering why this would be happening when I just had new rear rotors and pads put on, and it did not do this before I had the work done. I am taking it back to where it was fixed next week, and i'm concerned they may give me the run around and try to tell me other work needs to be done. And I wanted an opinion on why this would happen and is it resonable to expect them to fix it free of charge.

1 Answer



October, 27, 2008 AT 4:51 PM

Steering wheel start shaking while applying brakes !!
I would suspect the front brake rotors
was that checked if not u need to have the checked
rotors out of round .
check inner tie rod ends

need manual CHECK IT @

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