Question about 1998 Mitsubishi Mirage
I'd check your brake rotors. Also, check the bearings as well. Either one can cause these types of vibrations. I'd check the rotors for warping and peeling before checking the bearings as the bearings are more costly to replace.
If the rotors are fine, I'd have a mechanic inspect the wheel bearings and see if they are alright. It could be going bad and need replacing. Usually they can do this cheaply if the bearings are still intact. However, if the bearings let go and start tearing up the housings the pricing can really begin to skyrocket.
I hope these ideas help you out! :)
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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