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Vibrations when braking

(1999 Nissan Altima)
in Chicago, IL on May 29, 2011
My car vibrates when braking even in a slow speed,we replaced the rotor 4 times,brake pads 1 time,inner and outer tie rods.we balance the tires and we changed the 4 wheels.the problem start when we replaced the brake rotors and pads in 4 wheels.any help from you pls?
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on May 29, 2011
Vibration braking = brake rotors out of round, end of story.

Any or all of the rotors may be causing the vibration.

Visit a local shop that utilizes a newer on car brake lathe (like Pro Cut or Hunter). This will give a perfect cut to all rotors and verify they are absolutely true.

After this, verify pads are very thick (nearly new) and that they are anchored appropriately in the brake calipers.
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