There can be. Only way to know is have your brakes and rotors inspected.
No, warped rotors will cause vibration when braking.
If you have a pulsation on stopping the rotors are warped. They will need to be checked with a micrometer to determine if they can be resurfaced of discarded. The government set the regulations.
A warped rotor or rotors can cause a pulsation when applying the brakes. The car may shake a bit or a lot, depending on the condition of the rotor(s). Further diagnosis is recommended (and soon) as warped rotors may lead to loss of control of a vehicle that is braking.
A common reason is that the front rotors have warped. Go check out WikiAnswers on the topic of "warped brake rotors". Rotors should wear out smoothly in normal driving. Use of the brakes that generate lots of heat (hard braking, riding the brakes) will result in warped rotors.
You have warped rotors. Replacement or machining of rotors is necessary to correct that problem.
Warped rotors. Driving using the left foot to brake causes the rotors to heat up. Quenching the hot rotors by driving thru water will cause them to warp. The warped rotors cause the pedal to pulsate.
If the rotors are in good condition, not warped, not scratched, then you can replace the pads without turning the rotors. Inspect the rotors carefully.
Front rotors warped or out of round. Have rotors turned and that will fix your problems.
The front rotors are out of round or warped, Need to have the rotors turned.
Your rotors are warped. You will need to have the rotors turned or replaced and new brake pads installed. Warped rotors are caused by over tightening the lug nuts or by excess heat from high speed stops or riding the brake pedal.
you most likely have warped brake rotors
Rotors may be warped
warped brake rotors, have them resurfaced.
Your rotors need to be turned. They have become warped.
If they are warped they can cause shaking when braking.
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Warped brake rotors will cause pulsation (or vibrations at high speeds) when the brakes are applied. This may also go on to misalign the calipers and cause other vibration related damages.
Brake rotor/rotors are out of round / warped. Check rotors and REPLACE as needed.
Yes, as long as it's not warped or anything. The rotors on my cars are also smooth & not warped and I've never turned the rotors in 140,000 miles. Some people turn the rotors as a matter of fact.
Normally this is caused by warped rotors. The fix, is to have the rotors resurfaced or replaced.