Two months ago I had my front brakes replaced on my 2005 Toyota Corolla. I had just put new tire in
the front driver side. My car ran smooth and sounded good. Now when I drive a round 8+ miles at around 45+ mph like on freeway all the sudden it feels like I have a flat tire. There is no steering wheel shaking but the front shakes and sometimes quite a bit. If I brake no steering wheel shaking and if I slow way down it stops. I checked the lug nuts and they are fine. The tires are fine. They shaved my rotors when brakes were done. Rotors look OK. No visible object in tire, brakes or well. It sounds so bad everyone it happens so I stop and nothing. I won't drive it now. Help.
It sounds like their may be an issue with alignment or wheel balancing, if that does not solve it I would look at your suspension parts next. I would ask friends and family for a shop they know and trust and try taking your car there for a second opinion.
Perhaps you have an out-of round tire. Have the front tires inspected and balanced.
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