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Brake issue

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Old 03-11-2013, 05:04 PM
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Hey guys, Please help me with this brake issue Im facing. Last year maybe 13 months ago i changed my front rotors along with new brake pads. (centric rotors and hawks ceramic pads on both the fronts). Now after 11000 miles my cars has same issue that i had a year ago. Which is when i brake the steering wobbles. last year the mechanic said it was due to warped rotors, so we replaced everything cuz he said it was too bad to resurface it. Now after 11k miles same problem. And the local tune up shop said my brake fluid is low as well. Pls help . My two younger sibling drive this car as well . Thanks

PS- just dont understand why the brakes are bad just after 11k. Also i live in vegas and most are highway miles. I dont drive this car like a sports car. I have another car for that
 
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Old 03-16-2013, 04:11 PM
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It could also be a suspension issue.. but it is more likely to be warped rotors.

You can always check for yourself to see if the brake fluid is low, you don't always have to take their word for it.

http://auto.howstuffworks.com/auto-p...n-braking1.htm
 
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