Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 1500
I understand that this will be the roters, has anyone else had to replace their's
I turn them on a brake lathe in my shop whenever I change brake pads for customers. Heavy repeated braking will make em warp and vibrate like that. also changing the pads without turning them on a lathe will often leave them warped. Usually caused by either overheating during heavy braking effort or very commonly, using too heavy an impact wrench to tighten the lug nuts up. Did u get your tires changed recently? if so, dont go there again. their impact wrench is not set right and is likely overtightening the lug nuts.
Get a local garage/NAPA to turn the rotors and replace the pads. If the vibration is very severe you will have to replace the rotors.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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