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Rear Brake TSB done, now vibrations...

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by Bsheriff11, May 18, 2013.

  1. Bsheriff11

    Bsheriff11 [OP] Remember Your ABC's. Always. Be. Cool.

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    So I got the rear brake TSB done yesterday on my 2012 DbLcb 4X4 and now the rear end is vibrating when I go to stop, worse with higher speeds. Once the speed drops below 30mph, it stops. I would rather have the damn squeak back than this. I also have noticed a mild vibration from 50-55mph? WTF? I'm calling them Monday to see what I can do. The lug nuts are all tightened properly, and the vibrations are def. coming from the rear end. Any ideas other than the dealer screwed up?
     
  2. Bsheriff11

    Bsheriff11 [OP] Remember Your ABC's. Always. Be. Cool.

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    And I meant it stops with speeds below 20mph, not 30, sorry.
     
  3. Bsheriff11

    Bsheriff11 [OP] Remember Your ABC's. Always. Be. Cool.

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    Yea they put my rear brakes on too tight, warped them, they re-did them and now it's smoooooth...
     
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