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2010 Dodge Challenger steering shaking when I brake on 100 KM or more?

why my steering shaking when i brake on 100 KM or more

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What you're probably feeling is the front wheels wobbling. This can be caused by a number of things, usually pertaining to the front wheels of the car. It is either caused by warped brake discs, or too much "play" (freedom of motion) in the front wheels, which is a result of bad wheel bearings, tie rods, or both. The wheels could also be out of alignment, which is probably the best case scenario. Judging by the car's relatively low age, it is also the most likely culprit, as it can be caused by simply driving into potholes, bumps, etc... Like Scott Morton said, a tire shop will give you a better diagnosis than anyone over the internet who can't see the car, I would recommend that, especially if you aren't skilled in car repair.

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Hi, Thank you for your help I went to tires shop and he told me need to fix the alignments i told him ok he fixed and the same problem form the front shaking front wheel and i went to check my disc break that said we can fix it for you no need to change and they are charge me and the problem gone after a week back more than ever now if I'm driving on 102 to 115 have shaking front wheel

and if i break its more shaking its like the car jumping OMG no body can imagine this I'm scare its not from break or tires or disc from other things but what i will do on Saturday i will change the tires coz its old from 2010 I'm with you with this point and i will change the breaks and the disk and i will update you on sunday the result but if not from them omg i will kill my self coz i will be spending around $700 thats for best quality other quality around $350 so much better to get original right guys.

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Let me know how it goes, if the brake discs don't fix it, then you're probably looking at wheel bearings or tire rods.


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Go get a free brake inspection. also get your tires looked at.

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