[DML] Re: Steering column vibration when braking
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[DML] Re: Steering column vibration when braking

Hi Dave,

A dumb question from a foreigner (different mother tongue).
In one of the replies this is said
"Measure the rotors for radial run-out".

I'm not sure if I interprete this correctly, but does it mean the rotor may not be centered correctly? If this is not true, what is the actual meaning of "run out" as it also can be a "defective" bearing.

Thanks for explaining this.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daveswingle2" <swingle_dmc@...> wrote:
> The obvious omission to me is the bushings at the end of the sway bar. But I'll bet replacing the steering bushing will do wonders. Also check the u-joints in the lower steering column for slop. I've seen that in some surprisingly low-mile cars. 
> It's also possible that new rotors are not cut straight. Stranger things have happened. 
> Dave S
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