Question about 1998 Volvo S70
I have a 1998 Volvo S70 GLT with about 75000 miles. The problem occurred recently that when step on the brake, the entire body of the car vibrates so hard that your teeth is about to fall off.
I replace all 4 wheels with brand new brake pads and brand new brake discs. The disc are Brembo. Front brake pad is Euro ceramic. Rear is standard Volvo OEM. I also flushed the entire system with full synthetic brake fluid DOT 4. The problem still exists, usually after driving a few miles, not when it is cold. I torque all wheel properly (81 lbs) with a torque wrench. What else can go wrong with it? I cannot think of anything. Please help.
Could be a bad outer tie rod end or lower ball joint on the front suspension, to check jack up wheel (suspension supported) grasp tire and move back and forth, if you feel loosness you have a worn component. if there is no looseness then you have either an bad wheel bearing (excessive runnout) or defective rotors
did you replace All discs front and rear? if not , replace the ones that you previously didnt
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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