[DML] Re: steering wheel shakes when braking
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[DML] Re: steering wheel shakes when braking



This is good advise as I had the same scenario with a stuck caliper 
on 5501... chose to replace the entire system (rotors, lines, master, 
calipers) now smooth as silk,,, but you may not need to go as far as 
I did.  Jack up your car and spin the wheels 1 by 1 you should be 
able to tell if this is the case

Randal (The 3M Guy)
5501  www.az-d.org

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Harold McElraft" <hmcelraft@...> 
wrote:
>
> If it wasn't doing it before it was stored (a long time?), you 
> probably have some brake pad stuck to the rotor. There is much 
> research out there that will tell you rotors rarely warp. 
Developing 
> run-out or thick and thin issues and contamination from the brake 
> pads is the most common. That's why turning them seems to help. You 
> can take off the rotors and clean them with a rotor dress-up brush 
> or have the machine shop do a dress up run on the rotors.
> 





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