I just replaced the rotors, calipers, and brakes on the front of my honda 2002. When I first replaced them the original rotors were scored badly. However, when I replaced the new ones withing a week the brakes were pulsing and when I took the wheels off I noticed that the rotors were blued from over heating. So, I replaced the rotors, replaced the disc set screws, and got new brakes pads. I just drove on them and the driver side rotor is totally blued after driving 5 miles. The passenger side is slightly blued. I am clueless as to what could be causing this. As the original rotors I replaced did not have any bluing on them. Any ideas? Oh and the rubber brake lines appear to be in good shape, the are not spongy, and there was no debri or discoloration in the brake fluid I let out of the calipers.
have the same problem?
Saturday, April 10th, 2010 AT 2:50 PM