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Vibration when applying brakes

When I am coming to a stop I feel a vibration under my foot. It is more severe when I come to a full stop. It lessens when I ease my foot off the brake

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First check the brake pads in the car ,also if the car as the ABS in it then it will generate a series of vibration when are applied brakes indicating its working ,if there excess vibration you need get your brakes checked ....

Good luck....

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