Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
The shaking when you apply the brakes indicates a warped rotor which is what the brake pad rubs against to stop the vehicle. The shaking on acceleration could be tire related or it could still be the rotors if the brake pads haven't released yet. Inspect the rotors by removing the tire. Hold your finger nail close to the surface of the rotor and turn the rotor noticing if the distance from the rotor to your finger changes. It should be the same all the way around. If it's not the same it is warped. Warping is caused by overheating of the rotor caused by excessive braking or pads not releasing all the way.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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