Hi justanold, I appreicate your help. :D :D :D
Actually I feel a shimmy on the front right side (the passanger's side) when I accelerate the car from stop on a slightly uphill road. This shimmy disappears immediately after the speed goes to 30 miles/hr. I do not feel it in the steering wheel or in the brake pedal.
Since I suspected it was due to the caliper(Front Right side) which drags the rotor and causes the shimmy. But there is still a jam after I replaced the caliper. I even brought this to a Brake Specialist, they resurfaced the rotor(FR).I told them that two front rotors do not rotate approximately in the same rate when they raise the car on a platform. They told me it should be a differential. They did road test the car but did not feel the shimmy(probably one mechanic just driove the car on a very level road and did not detect any shimmy).
It seems that after a brake is applied and released, the pressure in the Front Right brake line does not decay immeidately as that in the Front Left brake line.
I checked the CV joint and did not find any indication that the shimmy is from the CV Joint.
Saturday, June 30th, 2007 AT 5:42 PM