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  • sticky rear brakes (check wheel temp after driving)
  • broken band inside tire
  • loss of wheel balancing weight
  • worn or faulty wheel bearing
  • suspension component
are all possibilities.
 
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Interesting.....if the rear parking break sizing then that would explain the vibration as well... correct? Only thing that puzzle me is why it sizing once in a while.
Interesting.....if the rear parking break sizing then that would explain the vibration as well... correct? Only thing that puzzle me is why it sizing once in a while.
I would pull the rear rotors and check all the parts on the parking shoes and the adjustment of the shoes for starters...Jason
 
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  • sticky rear brakes (check wheel temp after driving)
  • broken band inside tire
  • loss of wheel balancing weight
  • worn or faulty wheel bearing
  • suspension component
are all possibilities.
Are you back to diagnosing cars again? You should really stop...Just saying..Jason
 

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Ha ha funny Jason. If the issue simply disappears it could have been debris (like small rock) lodged in the brake.
 

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Was driving today...no rear break issues or vibration...LOL.
I had the left rear parking brake seize intermittently in my Granturismo that I had to fix ... it didn’t occur all the time and took me awhile to figure out wtf was going on. Once I did I fixed it myself, but I could see this being a very plausible potential cause. I’d remove your tires and rotors and peak at the parking shoes.
 

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I have a dealership service visit scheduled for Monday. I will let them take a look. I am not sure what I would look for and identify what could be wrong with it.
 
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Ha ha funny Jason. If the issue simply disappears it could have been debris (like small rock) lodged in the brake.
That is good stuff...Are you expecting an overweight person on your roof next month with a sled? Jason
 

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I have a dealership service visit scheduled for Monday. I will let them take a look. I am not sure what I would look for and identify what could be wrong with it.
Hi there @Panczo
We certainly understand how this may be concerning, and we would be happy to offer you our support by connecting you with a Maserati specialist. This will provide the dealership and yourself with an individual who will review your concern, then assist you and the dealership in exhausting all available resources to have the concern addressed and resolved. In order to obtain this support during your dealer service, please send us a private message with your VIN.

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