Question about 2007 Chrysler 300c AWD Sedan New Cars
I don't want to imply you don't have your brakes serviced or your shop is less than competent--But,unless a wheel weight fell off,or you have a really bad CV Joint causing this vibration,along with bad motor mounts,yes you can have a combination of worn items. Then I will bet on the fact that at least 50% of your problem,is worn brake rotors,rusted pad slides,rusted caliper mounting bracket and no one ever lubed a thing during any brake work. So pads grabbing rotors and you got brake chatter. Please don't be offended,but in my world that could have been prevented with semi-annual brake service.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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