u have bad roters in front
I have 98 4 cyliner automatic Toyota Camry. When I'm coming to a red light, and when I'm braking, the car begins to shake, and the shake doesn't stop even when the car is stopped. Howeverif i switch the transmission from drive to neutral, the car stops shaking. If I switch back to Drive or reverse, it car starts to shake again. What could be wrong?
No, warped rotors will cause vibration when braking.
Warped rotor and worn out brake pads.
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.
If your car was improperly towed in park, the transmission and braking system could be severely damaged. Most cars that are towed in park are lifted so that the rear wheels are the only wheels touching the ground.
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You need to check your brakes and rotors. Typically when the rotors go out it will make any car/ truck do that.
Drum & Disc are the two types of braking systems on a car.
not usually. warped rotors will cause a vibration during braking.
A car shaking while applying brakes is most likely caused by worn a brake pad. Check the brake system at all four wheels to find the problem.
Nobody could answer that question without looking at your car. One of the possibilities is that your car is overheating. Check the coolant. By the way, if this is the case, and you are driving your car without coolant, stop driving right now because your car is in danger of being irreversabely ruined forever.
rubber bushings in motor mount worn
If your car shakes while underway, your tires have worn incorrectly from misalignment. If it shakes while in park or not moving, your engine is misfiring.
Not if no shake or bounce upon braking, grooves in rotor shorten pad life,if braking is smooth just pads wore out, put a fresh set on don`t look back Not if no shake or bounce upon braking, grooves in rotor shorten pad life,if braking is smooth just pads wore out, put a fresh set on don`t look back Not if no shake or bounce upon braking, grooves in rotor shorten pad life,if braking is smooth just pads wore out, put a fresh set on don`t look back
You engine is probably misfiring. Check your ignition and fuel systems.
ABS - Antilock Braking System
Assuming you mean "braking", aggressive braking.
Could be a vacuum leak
You park in the basement car park.
The braking system makes a car stop.