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Q: Why would your car wobble after getting new brakes?
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What cause the car to wobble when slowing?

you might want to check the brakes and roters they might be broken or warped...that would be the my first guess...then you might check the alignment


What do you do when your car brakes get hot?

just keep driving, if your have not checked your brakes then i would get a professional or you could take off your tyre and look at the brakes. consider getting new ones if they are looking damaged


What's the approximate cost for getting the brakes on my car repaired?

The approximate cost would probably be around $50 or so, depending on your car and how many brakes need repairing. This is just an estimate though.


How much do car brakes usually cost?

Car brakes can cost quite a bit. Anywhere in the $100s I would say. Depending on your car and how many brakes you desire.


How do you change car brakes for my car?

You can repair the drum brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic or finding a step by step instructions.


What causes the front wheel of your car to wobble?

The front wheels of a car can wobble because the car's suspension is not in proper alignment. The wheels may also wobble if the rim is bent or if the tire is improperly installed


Why would a five speed car wobble on sharp turns?

because you are drunk


When a car is driving on a icy road describe what happens when you use the brakes?

If it is an older car without ABS the brakes would lock up and the car would slide/push/unable to steer, unless you got on/off the brakes. With ABS the computer would pulse the brakes and would prevent lock up so you would be able to steer.


Do you know how to fix car brakes?

You can repair or fix brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic or finding a step by step instructions.


How can I repair the drum brakes on my car?

You can repair the drum brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic or finding a step by step instructions.


What is the cost of brakes for a car?

New brakes for a vehicle depends on the type of car that you have. The more expensive the car, then the more the brakes would cost. For front brakes on a less expensive vehicle could cost anywhere between $40-150. The back brakes are higher.


How much would typical replacement brakes cost?

You can repair the drum brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic or finding a step by step instructions. usually costs around 200.


Can abs brakes be installed in a car that does not have abs brakes?

Yes, but the entire braking system would need changed. It would be easier and cheaper to buy a car with ABS.


How do car brakes work, and how do I fix them?

You can repair the brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic or buy looking up a step by step instructions. They slow your car down by friction.


Why does a car wobble after getting new tires?

If the car is "wobbling" after getting new tires it means the "speed balance" on the car is not correct or either you need an alignment. Speed balance: Adding weights to the rim to make the wheel and tire synchronize


What would cause a knocking noise when you use your brakes in the car?

Typically, a knocking noise when to use your brakes in the car is caused by your brakes wearing down. This means you need to get them checked out and repaired.


What is wobble?

Wobble is an unsteady movement from side to side. The cause of a wobble on a car could mean it needs a front end alignment or even a bad tire.


What numbers of brakes do you find in an auto?

There are front brakes and rear brakes. There are a total of four brakes on a car. Every wheel on the car has its own brake and every car has the same number of brakes.


The brakes on a car exert a frictional force of 6000 N in getting the car to stop If the work done by the brakes is 120 000 J in coming to a stop how many meters did the car travel after the driver?

You go to james valley!


How many rotors are on car?

It would depend if your car has 4 wheel disc brake or only the front (2) has disc brakes. You would have one rotor for each wheel with disc brakes.


How do you change brakes on a front wheel drive car?

the same way as you would on a RWD or AWD car. but more information is needed to answer such a question. what part of the brakes????


Does the rack and pinion make the car shake when stopping?

It is probably your brake rotors causing the wobble or shake. As they wear the surface becomes rough and less perfect causing the brakes to grab unevenly.


How much do brakes cost to repair?

You can repair the drum brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic and he will charge usually about 100 dollars depending on the repairs.


What esle to do after you done put an fuel pump and fuel filter and the gas act like it is not still getting to the car when you push the brakes the car cuts off?

If this car has power brakes, the power booster may be bad, causing a large vacuum leak when the brakes are applied, causing the engine to stall.


Why are the brakes in your car so important?

Without brakes the vehicle would take forever to stop, accidents/injuries would happen all the time.

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