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Shakes while braking,jusy bought new tires one had a huge bubble so I assumed that was the problem ,but it shakes even more now.,

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Your front brake rotors are warped. If you brake lightly and feel a pulsation in the brake pedal then this is most likely your problem. The rotors must be turned on a lathe or be replaced.

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