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Old 03-06-2011, 12:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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bmw E46 strange steering wobble

hey guys, i have an E46 2000 plate, i have a strange steering wobble it is on the passenger side wheel and it shakes the whole car if you go over 60, but it stays like that for around a mile then it goes :/ i got home this morning after it had happend and the alloy was hot i took the wheel off and the disk is running free im totally stumped on this one so if anyone had show some light on it itll be appriciated

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The hot alloy may mean a warped brake rotor.
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The hot alloy may mean a warped brake rotor.
could that cause the shakking?
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Yeah, and the brake rotor is the more likely to do that and build a lot of heat.
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