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VIBRATION ON STEERUING AND PEDEL WHEN BRAKING UP TO 100KM

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Could be anything ,most obvious is brake disks but?? have it put up on a four poster jack and the suspension checked out ,Do you have a yearly vehicle mechanical inspection in your neck of the woods ??

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

  • moot mucas Feb 17, 2011

    ull need a front disc rotor skim hence vibration accuring under braking ,maybe some new pads if getting down

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