Hopefully you had this issue corrected by now, but If you were still looking for answers I would suggest some simple tests to be performed. Driving at slower speed and applying the brakes will cause pulsating pedal which means the pedal would push back up for warpped rotors. If there is a hard shake the rotors could be worn usually on the back side where the pads are applied by the caliper piston. With your fingres you could feel the rotor, if they are not smooth and have rough worn grooves the rotors will require replace. Also know dirty pads and hot spots from emergenct quick braking (rotor Hot spots) could also contribute to this shaking as well. Just know that is does not cost anything to take rotors & Brake pads to a certifide Auto Parts Store for turning and examination, they will have the tools to determine if the rotors can or cannot be turned. If they can this rework cost could be compared to new part purchase price to allow you to determine a best corrective action on your repair.
Monday, March 18th, 2013 AT 4:13 AM