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Recently i have notice Vibration while Braking my car , it is applicable on all speed 

No vibration while accelerating but a constant vibration while braking  

Note - I have 2 different set of tires front and back 

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41 minutes ago, Sidshk said:

Recently i have notice Vibration while breaking my car

Why do you need to break your car....?

Oh you mean brake, then looks like your brake disc are lower than required thickness. Get it checked or DIY if you can access from the wheel and measure it, they should be close to 5-6 mm (check Pajero spec, im not 100% sure).

Worn brake pads generally result in squeaking or screeching noise, but that can also be doubtful if you have replaced with aftermarket brake pad than the OEM ones.

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1 minute ago, Sidshk said:

I m going for Wheel alignment now  

I don't think it will help because

56 minutes ago, Sidshk said:

No vibration while accelerating but a constant vibration while breaking 

 

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OK, Im little lost now.

Is vibration solved with alignment...?

What I said is to check disc first, than alignment as you are not having vibration while accelerating.

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1 minute ago, Sidshk said:

Do different set of tires make any difference ? 

Not really in this vibration under braking scenario.

Have you changed them recently then maybe yes, depending on their life, tread, balancing etc.

If you are running two diff tires since long before this vibration episode, then its not related. If you got this vibration under braking after you changed two tire, then its 100% related and first thing to doubt.

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Some ideas- 

Excessive disc run out caused by warped or deformed discs. In some cases, this can be caused by over tightening wheel nuts/bolts.

Worn steering/suspension parts such as ball joints, tie rod ends, steering rack bushes, and control arm bushes. 

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