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depends on when it shakes if it shakes when you put on the brakes-warped rotors otherwise it could be ball joints, steering joints, wheel bearings or even out of balance tires
YOUR FRONT ROTORS ARE WARPED. YOU NEED A BRAKE JOB.
if it shakes while your braking your front roters could be warped or if it shakes while your driving try balancing the tires at a tire shop.
Check the entire front end. The tie rod ends or ball joints could be wearing. The tires could be worn or out of balance. And the front end could be out of alignment.
check the rotors they could be warped
worn out tierods
Check all front end components for wear. Then check the engine and transmission mounts as the engine could be shifting and causing the shake.
front end is worn out
roters need turned. 65;
That she has good rhythm.
worn front end parts (steering or suspension) could cause a car to shake when appling the brakes.
It is likely a brake rotor has to much run out (warped). There could also be some problem with steering or suspension components.
Check the front motor mount.
You need the front rotors machined or replaced.
Front brake rotors are warped
front brake pulsation have front rotors replaced
This could be many things first of all! your lug nuts could be loose on your tires or tire your rim(s) could be bent or your Front or Rear axle could be bent and/or loose one of the vaccum lines has come out. Find it and put it back in.
my jeep was doing this and they told me all this stuff that could be wrong with it and i got my tires rotated and it fixed the problem..
If a 1999 Infiniti G20 is shaking on the right front side it could be a bad wheel bearing. The rotor on that side may need to be replaced if the wheel bearing is not the problem.
I'd start with the disk brake rotors. If one or both is warped it could cause the problem you describe.
you will need a front wheel alignment
Mine had a warped rotor and i had it replaced and it helped
Your front brake rotors need to be machined or replaced.
Could be rotor "out of round" and needs to be re-surfaced or replaced. Possibly caused by over-tightening and not torquing upon installation. Could be a "frozen" brake caliper. That needs to be replaced
the brake rotors are warped. resurface or replace rotors. if the vehicle shakes without applying the brakes, check tire balance.