Asked by Arisel Santini on Jun 24, 2024



Vibration when braking can be caused by excessive hub runout.

Hub Runout

The measure of how much a wheel hub deviates from a perfect circle as it rotates, affecting the smoothness of the vehicle's ride.

  • Acquire knowledge about the origins of brake vibration, variations in the rotor's thickness, and the correct approaches to maintain the performance of the braking system.

Verified Answer

Nicolas Lopez

3 weeks ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Excessive hub runout can cause the brake rotor to wobble as it rotates, leading to vibration when braking due to uneven contact between the brake pads and the rotor.