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When i come to a stop and try to go i have to give it more gas then it moves and seems normal till i stop again . i felt the rotor and seems reallt hot to the touch

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  • RAY OLEJCAK Dec 01, 2012

    problem turned out to be transmision

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2012

    So your good on suggestions for now?

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Brake Rotors get too hot to touch--- that is normal

What is not as it should be?

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