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Peugeot 3008 steering juddering when braking at speeds above 110km/h. I have chnage the disc brakes and pads (4x), bearings, bushing but problem reoccurs

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The pads are most likely glazed, and therefore aren't working well. Regardless of how much life they have left, replace them and your braking issues are likely to go away.

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: brake judder on 1300 gls accent 1997

Have the brakes inspected for pads and or rotor malfunction. Also have the bearings checked.

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 Camry steering wheel shakes when braking and over 50mph

if you hit the brakes and it shakes its your rotors, they're probably warped. Having them turned (polished) won't fix it. You'll have to replace them. As for the shaking at over 50, if you're not touching the brakes, you'll probably just need to have your tires balanced. Maybe jack up you car an check the ball joints and tie rod ends (keep the tire on and see if there is play, either up and down (ball joints) and left and right (tie rods)). Hope this helps.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 96 audi a4 brake pedal judder

yes it could be or you have a rotor that is out of round,may look good,but should be checked with a run out gauge, ABS should turn light on if there is a problem,if you need more help get back to me.Please rate my fix

Posted on May 19, 2009

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Check both sides of the discs if they are ok.If yes then quite possible that there is lots of brake dust between the discs and pads.

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you mention replacing the discs/pads. how long ago? the fault described is usually caused by warped brake discs as you mention it comes on the onset of braking. i advice replacing the discs.

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As you have had new brakes, could be either the tracking is out or the track rod end is shot, other possibilities is bottom suspension arm bushes or ball joint, however you can genrally here a knock on the ball joint and the steering will feel odd when you drive over cats eyes in the road.

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From what you have described the disc rotors on the vehicle are distorted and could be fairly badly distorted if they have been subjected to excessive temperatures at any time.

This will translate into a pulsation in the brake pedal - especially noticeable when you brake at speeds above about 40mph. At 60 mph - as you found - you cannot miss it. At higher speeds you will also get some vibration through the steering wheel once you brake.

The disc rotors will need to be examined and removed from the car for machining or total replacement. They may be too worn or distorted for machining as the manufacturers specify a minimum safe disc rotor thickness. Disc rotors don't last the life of the car and replacing them is a fairly routine exercise and not usually expensive except on many European cars and on many prestige brands.
The brake pads should also be replaced at the same time unless replaced recently and have minimal wear. The operation of the brake calipers should also be checked.

If you had a wheel balance problem on the car (rectified with a decent re-balance of both front wheels) you would find a constant vibration through the steering wheel at a given speed usually above about 45mph. What you have complained of is vibration only upon braking plus a pulsation through the brake pedal whilst braking.
However if you are also noticing a constant vibration through the steering wheel at or above a given speed when cruising you need to have the front wheels re-balanced and the front suspension and steering checked for problems.
If you have uneven tyre wear you will also need to have the front wheels re-aligned. If a front wheel alignment was not done on the car in the last 12000 miles it will need a wheel alignment in any event.

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I would really recommend you take it to a professional to take a look. It could be very dangerous to you and other drivers using the road

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