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I get brake judder t low breaking speeds on my 607. Feels like the ABS is kicking in. Pads and disks recently changed. Could it be a sensor faulty?

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Next time you park up the car, put your hand on the wheel trims and they should be slightly warm. If you find that one of the front wheels are hot, then suspect the brake calipher. If it turns out to be a problem with the rear brakes, then they are binding if they are hub brakes and not disc.

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