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Replaced the right front wheel bearing after pulling the old one it was bad, Tire store said it was not the tires that was causing the virbration, replaced pads and rotors now the virbration feels like peddle pulsation and the whole front end virberates. Replace the CV shaft? Could it be motor mount?

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Could be the inner cup of the cv shaft or the carrier bearing if your vehicle has a halfshaft before the cv axle. If your getting pedal pulsation it must be a bad rotor. Now it should only do it when brakes are applied. Ive seen cases where the pads are very new and the rotor is so warped it will pulsate abd vibrate even withouth applying brakes. Other possobilty is that spindle was damaged and warped/ bent while pressing in new hub bearing.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

  • wolfbay103 Mar 15, 2011

    Thank you so much. We are replacing the CV Shaft tomorrow. We are looking for a carrier bearirng also. I found a new CV shaft at AAP for $70. New rotors installed with the pads.

  • crzejkr Mar 16, 2011

    i hope it resolves your issue. if so glad to help

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