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Front brakes?? 2005 Nissan Pathfinder, at high speeds, when the brakes are applied the steeling vibrates in my hand.

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There are a few diffenet things to test. the front rotors could be slightly warped. You could need an allighnment. At a small chance you could have uneven pressure going to each caliper and you might need to bleed the brakes. At any of these cases, one of your tires is pulling more than the other.

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Need to replace pads and rotors

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