Re: Front End Shake


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Wraped rotors. Check wrapage and resurface them if under specs. Else replace them.
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Severe shaking when braking is due to warped brake rotors. The rotors can be removed and machined flat very inexpensively.
The shaking when not braking is due your tires being out of balance. Just take your car to any tire place and have your tires rebalanced. Both repairs are inexpensive so don't worry.
George Carstens

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It's almost certainly warped rotors. They do that. They're cheap though, and easy to replace..
"they look good" is meaningless when it comes to rotors.
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