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Brakes Again #435107 Apr 4, 7:34pm Apr 4, 7:34pm
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Brakes Again
I think I posted a thread on my brake pedal vibrating when I downshifted from 40 MPH to 1st gear (using tiptronic shifting). Well last time I was breaking into a parking space at a carl's jr. and wasn't going fast at all and my pedal started to vibrate again! I don't get this, I don't think it's the engine shaking since I came to the space from a complete stop and was still in 1st gear. Should I get it looked at at the dealor?


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Re: Brakes Again [Re: crespo_h69] #435108 Apr 5, 8:06am Apr 5, 8:06am
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well this is kinda off topic but what do you think of e-shift?


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Re: Brakes Again [Re: crespo_h69] #435109 Apr 5, 8:32am Apr 5, 8:32am
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Originally Posted by crespo_h69
Well last time I was breaking into a parking space at a carl's jr. and wasn't going fast at all and my pedal started to vibrate again! I don't get this, I don't think it's the engine shaking since I came to the space from a complete stop and was still in 1st gear. Should I get it looked at at the dealor?



So this is while you are on the brake correct? If that is the case it is your ABS kicking in. I've experienced this on occasion while not panic stopping also, Don't worry it won't hurt anything.


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Re: Brakes Again [Re: CID498] #435110 Apr 5, 12:22pm Apr 5, 12:22pm
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your car will shake if you let the clutch out while stopped in first.is this what ur talking about?

Re: Brakes Again [Re: Super_celica] #435111 Apr 6, 12:52pm Apr 6, 12:52pm
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Originally Posted by Super_celica
your car will shake if you let the clutch out while stopped in first.is this what ur talking about?


I use a tip-tronic shifter, read again thumbsup

Also, don't really like the sifter, it does lag at times, but it does have the conveniance that a real manual doesnt have thumbsup


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