always let Nissan dealership work on my 2005 quest – needed disc brakes on front and back – dealership was $440.00 so let Midas do the job at $325.00 – after work is done I have a steering wheel vibration at 60-65 mph – went to Discount tire to fix – could not fix so they replaced all 4 tires (new tires) – vibration is still there – could Midas have done something to make this happen – need HELP.
I’m assuming that Discount Tires tried to balance the tires. I hope you needed new tires….
I had a similar situation on my 2004 Quest and a bad bushing on the front lower control arms was the problem. I replaced control arms (bushing is not replaceable) and the vibration went away. I would buy the control arms online and have a mechanic replace them for you. Pretty straight forward.
The quest did not do this util after Midas worked on the brakes – could they have do anything to cause this?
It could easily be a problem with the rotors or brake installation. Basically, they need to go back and “check their work”. It happens. My 2004 Quest eats through brakes, both front and rear. I would give Midas a chance to fix the problem.
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