Re: [DML] Not seeing the forest for the trees...(brakes)
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Re: [DML] Not seeing the forest for the trees...(brakes)

Another DML'er recently sent me this:

--- cruznmd <racuti1@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> My car has always had a minor pulsation in the brake
> pedal ever since 
> I began driving the car on a regular basis. That's
> about two years. It 
> seemed to come and go depending on the driving
> attitude of the car 
> (turning, hills, etc) though I now suspect that's my
> imagination.
> I've been so focused on the factory recal that
> talked about the front 
> suspension causing this that I overlooked the
> obvious; a warped rotor.
> I also realized I was a dunce for thinking that it
> probably wasn't 
> warped because I had the rotor turned twice. You
> can't straighten a 
> warped rotor by shaving it. Lately it had gotten
> worse ,pulling hard 
> to the left. That's what prompted me to replace the
> rotor finally.
> After replacing it this morning, I have smooth,
> quiet stops at last.
> Just an FYI.
> Rich A.
> #5335

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