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You can also stop by Complete Automotive at 2238 E Chestnut Expy Springfield, Mo. 65802, or Complete Automotive South at 3220 South Campbell Avenue, Springfield, MO 65807. Our highly capable auto mechanics at both locations will determine the problems with your diagnostics and discuss the next steps to be taken to ensure your safety.

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Why Does My Car Vibrate Every Time I Press on My Brakes?


If you've been driving around town and notice that your car is vibrating when you brake, don't worry, you're not the only one. This is a common problem that many drivers experience. There are a few different reasons why this might be happening, but don't panic yet! In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common causes of car vibration when braking. We will also provide tips on how to fix the issue. If you need brake repair, we invite you to bring your vehicle into our auto repair shop today!

Why Car Vibration When Braking?

One of the most common reasons for car vibration when braking is warped brake rotors. When the brake rotors become warped, they no longer spin evenly and cause the car to vibrate. This can be caused by heavy braking, driving on uneven roads, or simply from normal wear and tear. If your brake rotors are warped, you'll need to have them replaced.

Another common cause of car vibration when braking is a build-up of brake pad material on the rotors. When you brake, the brake pads rub against the rotors to create friction and slow down your car. Over time, some of the pad material can become embedded in the rotor surface. This can cause the brake pads to not make full contact with the rotors, resulting in vibration. To fix this, you'll need to have the brake pads and rotors replaced.

Also, check to make sure that the brake caliper is not sticking. The caliper is what holds the brake pads in place and when it sticks, it can cause the pads to rub against the rotors even when you're not braking. This will also cause vibration. If the caliper is sticking, you'll need to have it replaced.

If your car is vibrating when you brake, it's important to get it checked out as soon as possible. Brake problems can be dangerous and should be fixed by a professional. We invite you to bring your car into our auto repair shop today for brake repair. Our team of certified technicians will be able to diagnose and fix the problem quickly and efficiently. Schedule an appointment online or give the team at Complete Automotive a call today!

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