|My car looks like this!|
We have never had the breaks checked and the Caliber has long since hit 100,000 miles. So, Tim took it in. The back breaks were still ok, the front breaks needed to be replaced. No biggy.
Then starts the trouble. It started wanting to shimmy a little as I applied break pressure. Then it started to shimmy more.
Now it wiggles a LOT.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure when a certain car company that shall remain nameless (Midas) "machined the rotors" (I hardly understand what that is) they, to use a highly technical term, royally screwed up the car.
We're looking at $250 to get the problem fixed.
Sigh, it's always something!
ETA: $230. Ugh. All thanks to Midas. Wonder what they'd do if I presented them the bill?