2001 Pontiac Aztek Q&A
2001 Pontiac Aztek Question: bad vibration
Its hard to say what could have happened. Does the repair order have a mileage in/ mileage out recorded on the repair order could the vehicle have been driven aggressively while in the tire shop for work, what was the tire shops response. It could be totally unrelated but you have reason to believe the problem may be related to work carried out when the tires were replaced. Get an independent opinion from a automotive assessor. Was it the drive shaft bolts that snapped off? - patrick mannion
doesnt seem like a tire balance problem the trouble may be in the drive shaft or u joints - Visitor
This had nothing to do with a tire issue. Your original problem was most likely some other issue. It's more likely you had a bad drive shaft universal joint or cv joint. Do NOT blame the servicer. ( I know it's easy to do) No Matter how bad a tire is, none of those problems could have been caused by that. - Visitor
press on brake pedal, can feel vibration in the pedal and steeling wheel. replaced rotors, pads, calipers. rotated front wheel with drivers rear and the vibrations are still their but not as bad. H...