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Hii.. i have elantra 2001..when i run about 60 mph..and slow down by breaks..the steering start to shake strongly..when lift my leg..it goes so fine,,whats the problem..? thanks

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Your brake rotors are warped. The warped rotors are transmitting their side to side movement, to your steering wheel, when you apply the brakes. Have the rotors checked to see which one(s) is/are warped and have them replaced.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

  • maher shwagfeh Oct 07, 2010

    Thank you Sir ..its very helpfull..but if i change the breaks with nre ones..the ptoblem will be solved ?

  • Kevin Daniels Oct 08, 2010

    The actual front brake rotors have to be changed, along with the brake pads, and that will solve your steering-wheel-vibration-when-braking at speeds. It's best for you to get OEM dealer or good quality rotors and make sure the mechanic doesn't over tighten the wheel lugs as this can also cause your rotors to get warped.

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