BRAKES

Tiny
DOUGWIL
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I JUST REPLACED MY BRAKES IN MY 2002 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE(67000 MILES). NOW WHEN I'M TRYING TO STOP I GET PULSATING BRAKING AND THE STEERING WHEEL SHAKES. I DIDN'T HAVE THIS PROBLEM BEFORE. ANY HELP!
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Sunday, December 10th, 2006 AT 9:35 PM

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Tiny
CARUNDELL
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Hey doug,
Its very possible you got a defective rotor, but I would disassemble and double check your work and then look at the rotors carefully.

Regards,

Chris
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Monday, December 11th, 2006 AT 10:55 AM
Tiny
DOUGWIL
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Hey doug,
Its very possible you got a defective rotor, but I would disassemble and double check your work and then look at the rotors carefully.

Regards,

Chris[/quote:d4b2124a62] THANKS I'LL DOUBLE CHECK MY WORK.I'M ALSO THINKING IT MIGHT ALSO BE MY BACK BRAKES THAT ALSO NEED REPLACING. THE FRONT BRAKES MIGHT BE DOING ALL THE WORK. BUT I LOOK THANKS.
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Monday, December 11th, 2006 AT 11:50 AM
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LSUSSEL
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This sounds like a case of rotar warpping. If you have the correct equimpment and tools resurface the rotor if its warpped, that should fix your problem
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Tuesday, December 12th, 2006 AT 10:18 PM
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JOHNBUKO
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If the rotors are not stored properly, being stacked the wrong way, they can be warped before you ever put them on. Or you could have seriously overtightened your lug nuts. You should torque them at around 100 fpt.
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Tuesday, December 12th, 2006 AT 11:24 PM
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