Question about Chrysler SRT
This One is One Of Two Things
1. Change The Rear Brakes!!!!!! Thats Right When Your Rear Brakes Are Worn You Go Through
Front Brakes Like Crazy As They Are The Only Way Your Car Can Really Stop.
2. Check The Brake Master Cylinder If Its Off It Will Make Your Front Brakes Do All The Work.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Have you had the rear brake operation and condition checked?
if they are not working correctly it will make the front ones do all the stopping and cause overheating which makes for the pulsation you are describing. also restricted brake hoses on front brake calipers can cause this. even "sticky" calipers.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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