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Asked by Oct 21, 2016 at 06:22 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: General

Need help  on my car I just changed
the brakes but I seem like it slow down
the car and it shakesit does it once in
the blue

7 Answers

74,135

You may need to turn the rotors but I think you should take your car to a pro.

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Thanks I means it was working good for couple of days but this just started doing it

19,510

Rotors are made so thin these days not worth resurfacing may shake worse just replace both rotors. The price on rotors are very reasonable and worth just replacing.

74,135

Check out the kits you can get with rotors and pads on Amazon. There are really good deals. Make sure all the mounting bolts for the calipers are tight and check the wheel lug nuts too.

Ok what I! Its the back breaks with the brums

19,510

First of all make sure the the wheel lugs are tight.

4,175

I agree. Sounds like a loose wheel to me.

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