CAN'T SHAKE IT OFF....

Toyota Camry

Tiny

mutala2000

September, 26, 2007 AT 4:04 PM

I have a 2000 Toyota Camry, 109000 miles, all maintenance up to date and vouched. I have a vibration coming from the car but can't pin point it. When I hit the brakes it feels like the brakes are temporarily applied then stopped but in rapid succession. I replaced my entire front end to include half shafts, tie rods, wheel hub bearings and struts. I also replaced the rear wheel hub assemblies thinking that the vibratioon could be coming from the rear. I also had the car aligned recently and am about to replace the tires as they were chopped up by faulty struts. I still have the vibration and don't have a clue as to what it is as well as the braking problem. Can they be related? What do you think?

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Tiny

fisherman

September, 26, 2007 AT 4:31 PM

How about the brake discs?
Are those new?
Or did you cut them?
Everything point that you have a bad brake disc

And the calipers? Are in good shape and working properly?

Has the car been involve on an accident?

Let Us Know!

Tiny

Buzzsaw

September, 26, 2007 AT 7:28 PM

Choppy tires are also from not rotating them properly, everyother oil change

Tiny

Service Writer

September, 26, 2007 AT 9:22 PM

Nevermind Buzzass (remember?). This is happening when your braking. Fish is on the right path with the rotors, but on some of these you need to have them machined on the car.

Tiny

Buzzsaw

October, 1, 2007 AT 5:05 AM

(remember?) Your just a service bitch, I'm here to save people money not blow it, but you are finally right for a change, on the car rotor turn

Tiny

Service Writer

October, 1, 2007 AT 5:18 AM

You mean right again. Which makes you. Wrong again. And once again. You don't know me.

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