Question about Chevrolet Impala
Well, it could be the flap still but that would indicate the problem is probably a strut. I wouldn't trust the good year place you took the vehicle to. If the previous repair didn't solve the problem you will most likely go back and they can charge you a second time for going in there. They most likely didn't even check the brakes. I took a vehicle in for that same problem once and they turned my rotors and I ended up going back and back and back to get them to repair the whole problem that was a caliper grabbing and locking up on. Turned out the real problem was the Master Cylinder not releasing the like it should have. Your problem could be a CV Joint, a Caliper sticking, or Bearings being a problem, although I would assume the bearings were at least checked when they did the rotors.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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