2007 Mazda 3



December, 5, 2008 AT 8:51 AM

Brakes problem
2007 Mazda 3 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 47000 miles

I bent a wheel and drove on it for about 10000 miles. I had new tires put on the vehicle with the bent wheel and drove about 10000 more miles. I then replaced the bent wheel but not the tires. I have had the front brake pads changed and rotors machined, nothing done to the rear. Now when driving there is a slight vibration in the steering wheel and when braking the car pulls to the left. Now I am ready to pay for my very stupid mistake by buying front and rear rotors and pads and new tires. Is this the correct route? Do I need to do more? What about the axle bearings?



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