Stirring wheel vibration while braking over 40 Mph
Hello. My 1.5 Verna is only 30000 Miles, and I'm starting to have a bad experience while breaking at mid an high speeds: a very strong vibration is felt in the wheel, though no vibration is perceived in the pedal (thus, is discard disc problems). The problem is more confusing considering that vibration only starts after driving for an hour or so, and stops for shorts periods, appearing again down the way; this is an intermittent efect. If pull over for 5 or 10 minutes, the problem goes away for some minutes, but It allways comes back.
Does anyone has a clue about what can be causing this? I'd be really thanked.
Re: stirring wheel vibration while braking over 40 Mph
Sell your Car.. Hyundai Verna will give more problem. Cheap Korean brand no better than made in China cars. I have Verna and planning to sell. Pathetic service, no response had a very bad time owning one. Cannot explain in this box. One day I should meet Hyundai boss.
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if the wheel alignment is faulty ( castor wobble ) at 70 mph there is no way that you can describe it as a vibration as it virtually rip the steering wheel out of your hands. If it is a torque converter problem then at around 3850-4025 rpm stationary there will be a vibration of the vehicle and engine The sort of vibration that you are experiencing at 70 mph will come from a drive line problem. If rear wheel drive then it could be faulty "U" joints, worn slip joint or failed rear engine mount
If front wheel drive it may be cv joints or bent drive shafts,wheel bearings or brake callipers not moving freely on the mounting bolts.
Turn off the a/c & see if it still does it Try dragging the brake while still on the gas to turn off torque converter lock-up & see if changes Check front drive axle CV Joints. Check motor & trans axle mounts
Vibration from about 40-60 mph is usually attributed to wheel balancing, but the onset when you hit a bump seems to indicate play in the steering linkages (tie rods etc) or suspension members and stabiliser bar rubbers but you had that all checked out, that brings us back to the wheel balancing.
maybe the rotors are bigenuff and heat up too quick and warp but thats what they put on the car so youre out of luck,,,,you could put aftermarket rotors on it that are slotted and or crossdrilled which would greatly reduce the heat and your warping isue,,,,or maybe youre just too hard on the brakes,,try avoid sudden stops and braking at the last minute