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Hi All

Just had the front discs and pads replaced on my 1998 MK2 GS300.

Recently the steering wheel has started to judder and vibrate when braking, no wobble on brake pedal.

The judder on the steering is always present during braking but strongest at low speeds 40mph to zero.

Could it be the steering column bushes?

Can anyone help

Regards

Awais

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Did you have the discs done at a dealer? If not it might be worth getting an independent assesment on them as I had the same problem, which turned out to be the discs, even though they were new they were slightly warped :tsktsk:

Another thing to have checked would be the suspension bushes as these are a known issue.

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your discs are knacked. Like Andy sez check the bushes also. Try black diamond discs & Predator pads for something more stable and better braking/less brake dust.

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yoshi, what is cost of the black diamond discs & Predator pads and where from?

cheers

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Thanks for the help people.

I forgot to mention that the ABS kicks in just before stopping from low speed.

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Hi All

Had the discs and pads changed to Black diamond, no probs now.

Car booked in with dealers to give final once over to be on safe side.

Might be an idea to get a LOC discount setup direct with manufacturer, can pass over details to relevant person if required.

Regards

Awais

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