03 expedition Replaced front rotors and pads and still shakes when applying brakes?
It must be the rear brakes at fault.
Warpped rotor. rotors are warped have them checked and turned or replaced. they should be turned after every brake change Read More
warped rotors(brakes)...most likely front ones Read More
The most common cause of this problem is warped brake rotors. Get it replaced soon. Whenever you replace rotors, you should replace the pads. The old pads will have conformed to the shape of the rotors, so braking efficiency and life will be down if you use them with the new rotors. Read More
you have out of round brake rotors, they can be replaced or machined if they are thick enough, the front pads should be replaced or placed on sand paper on a flat suface to remove the glazing so they will seat properly to freshly machined surface Read More
The brake rotors are warped. Machining or replacement of rotors necessary to correct that. Read More
Frozen brake caliper Read More
Brake rotors or drums need to be machined or replaced. If it causes steering wheel shaking, check front brakes. If happens when applying parking brake look to rear brake problem. Read More
Normally this is caused by warped brake rotors. Read More
i just replaced my rotors on my 97 ranger , they werepitted and warp and could not be turned Read More
Why does your 2000 infiniti Q45 steering and console shifter shimmy when lightly applying the brakes?
resurface/replace front rotors. probably do the rear rotors too Read More
Your brake rotors are warped and need replaced/resurfaced. Read More
Why does car shake when applying brakes even though front and rear brakes rotors and drums were replaced shakes when pulling emergency brake as well bearings and tires are good?
Good question. You may have an antilock brake circuit that is not sensing the brakes correctly and improperly correcting. Anti lock pulses the brakes when you apply them. I don't know if this is perfected or not. Read More
Either the rotors have deposits, or the ABS is kicking in. Either is evidence of aggressive braking. Read More
Your 2000 Ford Expedition shakes at 60mph Have replaced lower ball joints and upper arms New brakes rotors and alignment plus new tires Shocks are fine What else could this be?
tires need to be rebalanced Read More
Rotors out of round and need to be replaced or resurfaced? Read More
Rotors may be out of "round" (lateral runout) and need to be resurfaced or replaced Read More
They need replaced when they wear out. Read More
Could be that the rotors are "out of round" and need either to be resurfaced or replaced Read More
Warped rotors. They need to be removed, turned or replaced. Read More
Your rotors are warped. You need new brake pads and the rotors turned at a machine shop or replaced. Read More
your brake rotors are warped. You should repalce you brake pads and have the rotors resurfaced if possible, or replaced. Read More
New brakes do not grind. If you replaced the brake pads and resurfaced the rotors you may hear a bit of a sound but it is normal until the pads and rotors wear during normal driving. Read More
Rotors out of round - need to be re-surfaced or replaced Read More
Why would there be pulsation on your brakes after you replaced pads and turned rotors on a 2006 Nissan?
CHECK WHEEL BEARINGS Read More
I THINK you're trying to describe something called "brake chatter"? That's when the brakes change their strength rapidly, causing the car to feel like you're applying and releasing the brakes rapidly. That is caused by warped brake rotors. If you replaced the brake pads and didn't verify the condition of the rotors, that's the problem. If the brakes are older it can just be that the rotor has warped from heat. Perhaps you "ride the… Read More
Were the rotors resurfaced or replaced, or just the pads? Warped rotors are the most common cause of vibration when braking Read More
Why does a brand new car with less than 100 miles on it have a shimmy in the steering wheel when applying the brakes?
check brake rotors. Read More
You can tell if a Lincoln needs a new rotors by the braking fashion of the car. When applying the foot to the brakes, if the pedal tends to vibrate, the rotors could be deteriorating. Read More
the brake rotors are warped. resurface or replace rotors. if the vehicle shakes without applying the brakes, check tire balance. Read More
Why would there be excesive shaking when stepping on the brakes is that because my struts are busted?
excessive shaking when applying brakes points to brake rotars being out of round, cracked or warped. have rotors machined Read More
your rotors on the front are warped. they need to be turned or replaced. Read More
The most likely problem is warped rotors. Have rotors turned or replaced. Replace front brake pads. Read More
Brake rotors wear just as brake pads do and when they wear down beyond minimum specs they become unsafe. Good brakes are a # 1 priority. Read More
One likely cause is warped rotors. This can be caused by over torquing the lug nuts or by overheating the brakes. Have your front disc pads inspected and the rotors looked at. If the rotors are indeed warped, replaced the pads and have the rotors turned and trued. It can also be a loose wheel bearing, loose lug nuts, or a problem with the tires. Everything needs to be looked at. When the wheels are… Read More
if you are driving and you go to stop, then that means that the front rotors are warped. if the front rotors are bad, you will feel a pulsation in pedal while applying brakes. change rotors on front. Read More
If the rotors have over heated you will get brake chatter. The pedal will shake when you apply the brakes. Usually the drums are a little tougher. The new rotors are very thin. Read More
Why do your brakes on your Oldsmobile feel like they are being pumped when you press slowly on the pedal?
Rotors "out of round" and need to be resurfaced or replaced? Read More
Maybe it's coming from the rear brakes. Read More
Normally this is caused by a warped rotor. Have your brakes inspected and rotors turned or replaced. Read More
Warped rotors or drums and also have the front end checked as well as bearings. Warped rotors being number one, if it's in the steering wheel. If it's more in the seat concentrate on the rear brakes system. Read More
Answer: Most likely warped rotors. This can be eliminated by either having the current rotors machined or replaced (or both if manufacture recommends it). Visit your local dealer or brake specialist. Read More
Most of the time, you can get by with just replacing the pads. The rotors generally do not need to be turned if there is no pedal pulsation or vibration. Rotors will need to be replaced if the exceed the minimum thickness which is stamped on the web (area with lug holes). Read More
It really shouldn't be, the radiator is along way from any brake components. Read More
most likely warped rotors,have em turned or replaced Read More
It depends on your driving style and the condition of the calipers. If you ride the brakes or otherwise drive in such a manner as to cause the brakes to overheat, the rotors will warp prematurely. If you are constantly in stop-and-go driving conditions you will wear out the brake pads and rotors much faster than someone who drives greater distances and seldom uses the brakes. I've seen some people who get little more than… Read More
Most likely it's caused by warped brake rotors. Heat and time gets them all eventually. Read More