Looking for a little help here. Our 2014 Shawd advance MDX had a blow out in the left rear. We had about 25k on it and the tire had about 5/32 left. I just opted to replace all 4 with Michelin Premier LTX's at the local Tire Kingdom. They had them in stock and I needed to get off the donut. Anyhow, they did an alignment as well. After getting the tires and alignment done the car shook like hell while braking. It never did prior to this. They have rebalanced it 3 times and redid the alignment as well. I noticed the steering wheel is probably 5 or so degrees off TDC. Anyhow, I had them cut the rotors and only one was barely off but it didn't help. So, Monday they are going to do a road force balance on it. My question is could the steering angle sensor be causing the issue since I only feel the vibration while braking? Sounds like their scan tool didn't allow it to reset it. Rotors and pads are good. Only change was tires and alignment and now it shakes like a space shuttle while braking. Thanks for any help.