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Old 05-01-2020, 07:55 PM #16
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Hey guys. So I rotated the tires and cleaned the rear brakes. No signs of gear oil on the pads I didnít adjust them because my e brake clicks about 7-8 times didnít think it was ideal. The drums look fine no gouges. I am braking downhill and I get a severe vibration in the back. Happens at highway speeds when slowing down. It happened before all this btw. Any help would be great!
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Do you feel the vibration in the steering wheel or the body (your chair)? If it's felt in the steering wheel it's the fronts, probably has pad print on it or brake residue buildup.

If you are feeling it in the body of the vehicle the rear drums need a good looking at. When the drum brakes are replaced the springs are also supposed to be changed, they might have been re-used. You might have to turn the drums too, any warping is hard to see by just looking at them.
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Do you feel the vibration in the steering wheel or the body (your chair)? If it's felt in the steering wheel it's the fronts, probably has pad print on it or brake residue buildup.

If you are feeling it in the body of the vehicle the rear drums need a good looking at. When the drum brakes are replaced the springs are also supposed to be changed, they might have been re-used. You might have to turn the drums too, any warping is hard to see by just looking at them.

Itís definitely in the chair and more rear body the back end shakes. Very annoying! I will look into the replacing the drum springs and turn the drums.


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Itís definitely in the chair and more rear body the back end shakes. Very annoying! I will look into the replacing the drum springs and turn the drums.


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Before spending money on parts though, take a look at your driveshaft too. Worth ruling that out with some grease since that's cheap/free.
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Iím starting to think the front rotors are warped again. I installed them in December. They were resurfaced but makes me wonder. I had an older Camry shimmy like that after highway braking. I will grease the driveshaft easy and free like you said


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Iím starting to think the front rotors are warped again. I installed them in December. They were resurfaced but makes me wonder. I had an older Camry shimmy like that after highway braking. I will grease the driveshaft easy and free like you said


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If the steering wheel doesn't shake or vibrate when braking then the problem is your rear brakes. Most likely one or both drums are out of round.
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