Question about 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
When I hit the brakes, it vibrates like it has a warped rotor. I changed front brake pads and rotors, with no luck! I was told to rotate the tires, but that sounded silly to me. Could that fix it?!?! What else could be the problem? I checked ball joints and tie rods, and they seem to be fine. The car only has 28,700 miles on it, if that helps.
The rear shoes and drum are not in even contact when braking, thus resulting into entire vehicle vibration. The most likely cause of misalignment is a warped rear drums. However, it is possible that the drums are ok, but rather the rear wheel bearings are worn or loose, this would likely cause misalignment between shoes and drums
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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