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I have a 2000 Toyota Solara with 27,000 miles on it. I have been having a steering wheel vibration problem at 65 mph. The vibration is so bad that I have to pull over and stop the car completely. If I put my foot on the brakes, I can feel the vibration in the brake pedal. If I come to a complete stop, I can start driving again and the steering wheel vibration problem doesn?t occur again. The vibration doesn?t start if I drive over a bump in the road it start even when driving on a smooth road. The vibration problem started after I had the brake?s master cylinder and boosters replaced because I was having a problem with noisy brakes and the pedal would relaxed and go to the floor at times. Trying to resolve the vibration problem I replaced an almost new set of tires and had the tires balanced at Goodyear and at the Toyota dealer. I went to another repair shop and they replaced the front rotors and brake pads. After they test drove the car, the wheels were smoking so they replaced the front calipers and brake line hoses. After that the vibration was not as bad as it was previously, but there is still some vibration at 65 mph, and it only stops if I bring the car to a complete stop before taking off again. Usually when I start driving again the steering wheel vibration doesn?t start again. I would think if it was the rotors, that the vibration would be all the time and not just intermittent?

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If it were the rotors it only happens when braking take in have them turn rotors see what happens good luck

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