A few months back, I used to get a jerk at the steering wheel when I release the brake pedal. It does not happen when the brake pedal is pressed. When I gave my car to the workshop, the people there told me that the following parts are worn and need to replaced:
Front Lower Control Front Arm bushing
Lower Control Arm bushing
Rear Axle Upper Control Arm bushing
Engine Mount Right & Left
So, I only got the 'Front Lower Control Front Arm' replaced and the jerk was completely gone! There was no jerk while releasing the brake pedal and the steering wheel was smooth. The replaced part is Genuine GM part.
But now, after about 2 months, the same problem is back. It is not as hard as before but the steering jerk can be easily noticed when releasing the brakes.
Why is this problem back? Is it because the replaced part is damaged?
Or is it because I didn't replace Lower Control Arm bushing, Rear Axle Upper Control Arm bushing, Transmission Mount and Engine Mount Right & Left along with Front Lower Control Front Arm bushing?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 AT 7:15 AM