Volvo 850 Problem Report

Volvo 850 Corroded rotors may cause vibration from rear of vehicle when braking

(5 reports)

Vibration from the rear of the car when braking can be caused by corroded rotors, especially when braking going down hill. The rotors will need to be replaced and special shims installed from Volvo to prevent this from happening again.

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