Could warped rotors make your car shake at certain speeds?
My car is shaking at 65-70mph on the highway and was wondeirng if warped rotors could cause this. I already changed my axles, shocks, and got a balance and alignment. I ask this because my car shakes a little when I press on the brakes.
Re: Could warped rotors make your car shake at certain speeds? (b204dr)
It is the rotors I had the same problem so I upgraded to slotted rotors and never had a problem again
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Re: Could warped rotors make your car shake at certain speeds? (clint g)
It could be, I would have suggested the other things you have ALREADY replace. Is it ALOT worse when you brake? I read in another post that your tie rod ends could be bad? Where you got your tires balanced, did they say how you tires were doing? A tire with a broken belt, or feathering or even cupping could do this. Just tryin to give ya ideas.
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Re: Could warped rotors make your car shake at certain speeds? (turner7205)
Dude I have a broken bolt on one of the tires and I was thinking of replacing my tie rods too so maybe I could get new rotors, pads , tie rods and get extended bolts too. Thanks I will try this and let you guys know.
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