What causes back end wobbling when braking?
worn out pad, warped rotor, broken brake caliper (or cracked drum, if drum brakes)
If it only happens when you are braking I would suspect warped brake rotors. Other reasons the front end could shake would include unbalanced tires or the vehicle needing realignment. Whatever the case may be; driving a car in this condition is unsafe and you should repair it or have it repaired before you drive it again.
When you will observe the road far ahead of the front end of your car and keep proper distance between other cars, then you will have enough time for thinking and enough space for braking. But when intense situation happens, then the thinking and braking are solidified in one desperate move: to avoid a collision.
Warped brake discs. Replace them if the shaking only occurs under braking. Bad wheel bearing. This causes the front wheels to wobble, especially when braking. Bad tie rod ends. If you have over 100,000 miles the tie rods may begin to develop "play" in them, meaning the fit is sloppy. Unbalanced tires. Rotate them front to back. If the problem goes away, then you know the balance is off. Improperly mounted tires. If a tire…
The back end is where all the actual processing and work occur in the program. The user never sees or interacts with the back end, it is what the program has "under the hood". The front end is the user interface where input is collected and displayed from and to the user. The front end takes the input and makes it readable to the back end and makes the data from the back end readable…
If a car shakes when in dive on a automatic transmission vehicle when accelerating and applying brakes what could be wrong?
Shaking when accelerating and braking show a front end issue. Check the lug nuts to make sure your tires are bolted on tight. Check for play in front end components, like the wheel bearings and tie rod ends. While possibly causing the vibration, the front brakes usually only cause a shake when braking.