Well when I had this problem originally, I worked on my front brakes in hopes to resove the problem. I got new rotors and pads for the front. Seemed fine for a while. No problems, then I decided to do the back end's brakes (turned rotors and new pads). After a while, more shaking. Got the semi-NEW rotors turned, used same pads. And the problem was fixed for a while. It was some point around now that I learned about bleeding brake lines. So I did that too.
After all this work, my steering wheel still shakes. I am a rookie when it comes to auto repair, and I was very proud of my work etc. That was until all this. Now discouragement. Is there anything I can do. I am ready to take it in to the shop.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, January 30th, 2007 AT 12:24 PM