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I have a 2007 chevy colorado that exhibited vibration similar to a slipped belt in the tires. I changed rims and tires and the same thing still occurs. It will stop if I loosen and retighten the rear wheels and resume after a couple days. If I don't do this the vibration continues. I suspect a brake drum issue possibly but I am a little stumped regarding what could cause this and don't want to blindly replace parts until I find the problem. Also when this occurs I have pulsing in my brakes like a warped rotor that again will stop when the pulsing stops. The two are directly related.
If it is brake or drum related best take it to an accredited brake specialist shop for drum machining or disc skimming
it will take a proper diagnosis to determine what has to be done so get a quote
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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