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Brake light and shaking wheel Subaru 2015 Legacy


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YTomov
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Jan 18, 2019, 4:01 PM

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Brake light and shaking wheel Subaru 2015 Legacy Sign In

Hey guys my car is Subaru Legacy 2015 - 65000 miles.
Few days ago my break light turns on when I am turning right. It doesn't turn on when I am turning left or when hit the brakes. Also the wheel shakes when driving BELOW 40mph, especially around 20-25 mph. However it doesn't shake above 40mph. Both problems occured at same time. I scheduled an appointment with my dealer service for Tuesday, however I want to know what the problem could be and how much (approximately) could cost. As well how dangerous would be if I drive for another 100 miles? Because I work as a courier and need to know if I can at least drive on Monday. Thank you!


Hammer Time
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Jan 18, 2019, 4:37 PM

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Re: Brake light and shaking wheel Subaru 2015 Legacy Sign In

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The low speed shaking sounds like a tire with a broken steel belt or a very bad wheel bearing. Don't keep driving it.

The brake light coming on may or may not be related. Check the brake fluid level first.



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(This post was edited by Hammer Time on Jan 18, 2019, 4:38 PM)


Tom Greenleaf
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Jan 18, 2019, 7:21 PM

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Re: Brake light and shaking wheel Subaru 2015 Legacy Sign In

Same but stressing NOT DRIVING this till found and fixed. The real problem is uncertain still but that's too much wrong IMO to use it like that.
Hey if brake fluid that low still need to know why. Same if a loose wheel was just that on another here real question is WHY?
IMO, courier type use just 65K this should be on second or third round of brakes all depending if not surprising to me,


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