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Maxwell going back to the shop :(


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#1 OFFLINE   kyledamron

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 05:25 PM

So, the vibration didn't get fixed even with the new rim and new tires. It was back last week, and they thought it was the brakes. I had to get my vehicle back before they could do anything. Received a call from the service manager and was told to bring it in early as possible. So it's going back in on Monday... we don't know for how long because of the issue. We don't know what could be causing it. It shakes all the time.

 

So, I'm getting a loaner until it can get fixed. I'll be sad to have it missing because I do love the car. But that vibration... it hurts my body.









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#2 OFFLINE   kyledamron

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Posted 09 July 2018 - 09:45 AM

He's in the shop now. We will see how it goes. They gave me a regular Fusion to drive while it's getting fixed. It feels weird. Sits really low to the ground and only averages 25 mpg on a drive where I normally get at least 50 :(



#3 OFFLINE   kyledamron

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Posted 12 July 2018 - 04:25 PM

Turned out to be the front brakes. The right side rotor was rubbing against the dust shield and also had a very large rust spot. Hopefully this fixes my shaking problem!


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