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When i put on my brakes the car shakes and when i turn the car pops

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The shake is break related & the pop is cv. related

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Why does it shake whenever i let off the gas and shakes real bad when i apply my brakes


If when applying the brakes the steering wheel shakes then your front rotors are warped and at the least need resurfaced and most likely the brake pads replaced. But more likely the rotors are too thin which has allowed them to overheat and warp which causes the shaking. In this case new rotors and pads are in order. If when braking tou feel the shaking in the seat of your pants then most likely the rear brakes are the issue. Same problem as the front, warpage, but your rear brakes are most likely drums. Again, possible resurfacing and new shoes; but more likely new drums and brake shoes.

But I wonder? Did this vibrating just start all of a sudden or maybe after a near accident requiring you to brake very heavily and possibly overheat the brakes. Or my main concern, to keep this from happening again, after pulling some type of trailer that you intend on pulling again. Pulling a trailer without its own brakes puts a much heavier load on your trucks brakes and just repairing them won't keep it from happening again if you ARE pulling a trailer. Higher quality rotors/pads/drums/ and brake shoes can help but if the trailer is too heavy for the truck nothing but installing brakes on the trailer or a lighter trailer will stop you from warping them again.

Lastly, in general when you let off the gas and the whole vehicle shakes the driveshaft/u-joints are common causes. Same with the steering wheel if it shakes when letting off the gas, but only on a 4x4 or AWD vehicle. So check your driveshafts and u-joints and make sure they are tight. But unless you find something obvious there I would wait until you have the brakes sorted out and see if that doesn't stop all the shaking.

Good luck!

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Uplander shake when braking at speed > 60mph


you have a rotor that needs turned or replaced,it is out of true from heat,hopefully when pads were put on the caliper slides were cleaned and greased

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My chrysler pacifica has motor mount problems. I bought a 2004 pacifica and every time I stop hard you hear this popping, the mechanic said he repaired it but it still makes the popping sound


check if the struts are mounted well because sometime when they lose that rubber top They keep the car do that popping. Jack the car side by side or both and and try to shake the wheel with your hands while you're looking at the struts on top and see if there is any paly. Do that on both sides if they are ok, then check again your Motor mounts.

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How to tell if ball joints are worn on a 1995 Dodge 2500 4X4. I have a shake when braking and pulls right


Hi, well when lower or upper ball joints go bad your tires will wear more tread on the inside edge of the tire and you might hear a pop or clunk when turning a corner.... but from what your describing it sounds like #1rst. the shake,since its only shaking when you brake and not all the time, tells me your brake rotors are warped and need turned( brake shop can do ) #2. if the truck only pulls right when you brake.then thats going to be in the brakes also... I would have your rotors turned and put new brake pads on it and that should fix your problem....yz-maniac.

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Mx-5 pops out of first gear


The shake might be tires out of round, or out of balance. If it shakes while depressing the brake pedal, your rotors may be out of round.
As far as popping out of gear, if the shifter or linkage (If you have it) is hitting, and not "free" might be an issue, otherwise syncro's in the gear box may be worn.

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Steering wheel popping when turning the wheel when putting on the brakes it rattles really bad


sounds like an inner axle joint (or CV shaft) has gone bad one way to check this is to look under the car at the front end and inspect the rubber boots that hold grease in the joints of the drive axles see if they are torn or missing if the bearings dry out and get road grime in them it can cause a popping sounds and if prolonged the damage can cause the axle to fail; as far as the shaking have the brakes inspected if the brakes pads were replaced and the rotors had not been turned this will cause a shaking when applying the brakes or you brake pads are worn out and need to be replaced have it check very soon or it can cost you more,also while someone is checking the brakes have them check the tierod ends and wheel bearings.Hope this helps you a bit.

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When I apply the brakes(front disc/rear drum) on my 1999 Pontiac Sunfire, it makes a popping sound with a shake.


The brakes themselves would not likely be the cause of a popping sound, but the problem may only show up during braking. The shake could be from loose steering parts or from distorted rotors. Rotors get quite hot during braking, and the faster you drive and the harder you stop the more heat they have to take. Have the brakes inspected by a qualified brake technician. (A lot of shops offer free brake inspections.) A tech will also note problems with the steering parts connected. Give the tech as much info as possible - does it happen during turns, only when braking, when accelerating, etc. The more information you supply the better the chance of catching the problem.

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Brakesa are jumping when brakes are applied


i do believe you mean the service brakes, and when pushing the brake pedal the truck shakes?

Pad transfer will cause uneven brake discs with humps on em. Every time you then step on the brake pedal you'll feel the pads going over the humps, causing the shakes.

The best way to get rid of this is to replace the disc brakes with new discs.
Remember to change the pads too.

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