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Steering vibrate when I brake

My steering vibrate when I press the brake at speeds above 100km/h and there is clicking sound

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This sounds like one of 3 things. first off sounds like the ABS pump might becoming on. or your brake rotor could be warped. or your brake fluid could be contaminated. yeah i know it sounds stupid but it happends. my 06 malibu maxx was doing somthing similar andthe mech at the chevy dealership told me to change it all out. nearly fixed it. but there were a few other things wrong as well.

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Oh Yes The Dreaded Bent Rotor Sound Find Out If Its Clicking In The Front Or The Rear And Replace Front Or Rear Rotors And Brakes.

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