yes you can of you were asking "can you feel anti lock brakes pulsating" not sure why
Stop the car in a pulsating manner.
Change your brake rotor and brakes. problem solve
A pulsating brake pedal when brakes are applied,
A 1998 Jeep Cherokee has disc brakes in the front.
A 2000 Jeep Cherokee would have rear drum brakes.
Rotors may be out of "round" (lateral runout) and need to be resurfaced or replaced
The grand Cherokee does have four wheel disc brakes. The wrangler and Cherokee have rear drum brakes.
Prevents brakes from locking by pulsating the pressure when you apply firmly so they don't grab.
Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes will last a different amount depending on how far you drive the car and how hard you are on the brakes. They can easily go 5000 to 6000 miles before needing changed.
The ABS motor is pulsating which is applying and releasing the brakes to avoid wheel lock-up. This is normal.
no. the jeep cherokee and the jeep cherokee sport have the same ingane and the same brakes they are essentially identical.
My '96 Cherokee Sport does, so I bet a '98 does.
It was an option
you can get the whole package on ebay for under $200.....Callahan Brakes and rotors.. Just type in 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo brakes in the search on eBay
Sounds like a bad booster. If you can't pump up the brakes to get a firm pedal while engine on, you might want to have it checked. If they're ABS brakes and you hold the pedal firmly, it should feel like they're pulsating but the pedal shouldn't just go to the floor. Could be the master cylinder.
Avoid hitting the brakes.
They are feeling the effect of friction.
You have to measure the inside diameter of the drum.
Warped brake rotors........
rear brake drums or rotors are out of round.
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common sense Listen for squeaking and feel for pulsating when braking. Too much of either and you should have them looked at.