Braking on 2004 Nissan Maxima

Why is it when brake the front end shakes?

by in Chesapeake, VA on February 06, 2009
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ANSWER by on February 06, 2009
The most common reason for the front end to shake when applying the brakes is due to thickness variation in the front brake rotors. As the brake rotors wear they can develop this condition. To correct this issue you may need to replace the front brake pads and rotors.
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ANSWER by on May 02, 2010
u need to replace the brakes and have the rotors resurfaced or replace them all together.this should solve ur problems.if that dosent fix the problem check the balljoints.
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