Hello there, from my best knwoledged, CV, Constant Velocity joints are nothing to do with disc rotor warp damages. The warp damages came from the overheated brake or *a very high heat temperature drop suddenly during braking. (*usually a sudden heavy rainning occur)
that is all i can help.
From Syed Yasir Arafat BSM , 20
ITE graduate, NITEC in Automotive course
It won't warb the rotors, but a torn outer CV boot can sometimes result in symptoms (e.g. wheel shuddering when braking) very similar to a warped rotor. When the CV boot is torn, axle grease is flung out all over the place, and if any of it gets on the rotor you can get a stick-slip action in the brakes that feels like a warped rotor. One way to tell the difference is to drive very slowly and gently apply the brakes. If you still feel the pulsation with the brakes only barely engaged, you have a warped rotor. If the pulsation doesn't appear until you reach higher speeds and/or brake harder, you should check the condition of your CV boots before immediately buying new rotors. As for curing it, you need to replace the boot, clean the rotor, and probably also change the brake pads.
how to change rotor front disc on 2006 sprinter
The reason is most likely a problem of warpage in the front rotor disc and/or disc drum in the back. If your tires are out of roundness, it can also be the cause.
Replace rotor / cut rotor & replace brakes.
The rotor is the disc in the disc brake system.
The answer and dimensions are stamped in the stock brake rotor of your vehicle.
Front rotors are warped and need to be replaced. Could be an out of round disc brake rotor
It would depend if your car has 4 wheel disc brake or only the front (2) has disc brakes. You would have one rotor for each wheel with disc brakes.
They come assembled-all you do is grease them put in rotor and slide on spindle for disc brakes.
Most front wheel drive vehicles do. -The caliper in all vehicles is fixed and the 'floating disc' is the brake rotor.
you have to change the rotor cuz the rotors slightly bent or its groover to bad and when u change the rotor change the pads as well on both sides
disc brakes in front and rear ( rotor ) Also , the rear rotors have a small drum on the back of them for small emergency brake shoes
when there is a visable rigde / lip on the edge of the disc (rotor) when there is a visable rigde / lip on the edge of the disc (rotor)