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Only when braking ,you get a shudder through the whole body,not through the steering,brake pedal or hand brake,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 03 sonata
Where do you feel the vibration? if you feel it where you sit it is coming from back which is usually rear brakes. If you feel the vibration in your feet and hands it is coming from the front which could be your ABS or front brakes.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Sounds as though the front brake rotors have became warped. This can happen due to sticking caliper slides not releasing the brakes fully, or heavy braking or two footed driving. I recommend a complete brake inspection. upon further inspection if the brakes are found to be in good working order then taking a measurement of the brake rotors, if rotors are with specification then have the rotors turned on a lathe and reinstall. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Vibration can cause by bent wheels, warp rotors, sticky or worn out calipers piston, bent or worn tie rod bushing, warp separating tires, worn break pad. Did you bleed the brake properly if you open the bleeding nipple in order to release the pressure to allow you to put the new pad in, with abs unit you cant bleed the brake the same way with standard unit causing the air to be lock up in the unit and it will not allow the pressure in the piston in your calipers to work properly pressing the rotors evenly. with abs unit there is lots of nick and cranny chambers that the fluid travel through, air will be the worst enemy in the system and will throw your computer off trying to adjust and compensate the pressure to give all 4 side of the calipers equal pressure to the pistons. also make sure all 4 calipers piston are working properly and not one or two are not sticky. if all three piston is working properly and one is bad or defective, you will also get a vibration.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
Testimonial: "fitted new disks and pads, not sure what rotors are?. Pistons all seemed free an moved back without any fuss. On the brake pedal, "
I don't want to imply you don't have your brakes serviced or your shop is less than competent--But,unless a wheel weight fell off,or you have a really bad CV Joint causing this vibration,along with bad motor mounts,yes you can have a combination of worn items. Then I will bet on the fact that at least 50% of your problem,is worn brake rotors,rusted pad slides,rusted caliper mounting bracket and no one ever lubed a thing during any brake work. So pads grabbing rotors and you got brake chatter. Please don't be offended,but in my world that could have been prevented with semi-annual brake service.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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