Vibration through steering wheel when braking. Front and rear pads and discs replaced.
2013 Jaguar XF Portfolio

Vibration through steering wheel when braking from speeds of around 50 - 70 mph. I have recently had the front and rear pads and discs changed as advised by garage but vibration is still present.
Problem added: Aug 12, 2021 (10 months ago)

Jaguar XF 2013
Variant: Portfolio
Problem Category
Steering, Suspension, Brakes, Wheels & Tyres

Replies and fixes

Usually caused by warped / worn discs .If you trust your garage that done the brake work , we can eliminate that . If your garage has a rolling road / brake tester , you could get them to check each brake individually for out of balance or any other fault . If not brake related you need to get front susp and steering checked for wear and any excess movement .
Answered Aug 12, 2021 (10 months ago)

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