Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
Seems like I have to push the pedal farther down now and it takes a longer distance to stop. Some one told me of glazing? Anyway to fix this without putting new rotors? The car stopps fine and there is no wobble.
Well .. if indeed you have glazing and you don't want to replace the rotors you can either use some emery cloth to "sand" them by hand or have them cut (if you can find an automotive or machine shop). But you should also replace the pads then
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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