dragon6172 wrote:I had this on a truck and it was just and out of balance wheel. I assume the tires were balanced when you had them replaced though. Do your front tires show any signs of odd wear? Does the vehicle track straight when you let you hand off the wheel on level pavement?
Also. When you say front end shakes, does the steering wheel shake in your hands? Or do you just mean the vehicle vibrates in general
Redd wrote:Sounds like brake rotors but if you've replaced them that's a strange one. It could be your wheel alignment, could be very much off. Have you taken your car to a Toyota dealer?
seb146 wrote:The front end is aligned and the wheels are balanced. When the front end shakes, the steering wheel is what I feel shaking. The front of the car does, but the steering wheel shakes the most and worst. I had to hold the wheel tight going around that corner. It makes a rhythmic sound that seems to match with the turning of the tires. But, I have changed the roters and pads, so those are not warped.
Okie wrote:seb146 wrote:The front end is aligned and the wheels are balanced. When the front end shakes, the steering wheel is what I feel shaking. The front of the car does, but the steering wheel shakes the most and worst. I had to hold the wheel tight going around that corner. It makes a rhythmic sound that seems to match with the turning of the tires. But, I have changed the roters and pads, so those are not warped.
A. If it was brakes and rotors you would feel the brake pedal pulsate long before the steering wheel.
B. If it was a wheel bearing you usually will be able to notice a bit of extra brake pedal travel, but not always, because the failed bearing will kick the pucks farther back in the calipers.
Maybe you should try the most expensive thing first.
Jack up the car, check the front wheel bearing play (wobble) while you are at it, then switch the front tires to the back and the back tires to the front.
You may just have a broken belt in your front tire.
petertenthije wrote:Your front-right brake disk may be out of alignment.
Chaostheory wrote:Does the steering pull to any side either when braking or cruising?
From the very little I know (I co-own a car workshop with my brother) and from past experience, I'm leaning towards Wlederling's suggestion: corrosion/debris in the nearside brake caliper causing the piston to stick. Most obvious symptom of this would be warmer brakes on the problem side. In more severe cases it can cause heavy vibration or shake under braking.
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