Question about 1994 Chevrolet C3500
This can be several different things. First, I would make sure that the rotors were not turned down too much (check the spec's & use a caliper), this could cause them to overheat during braking and create a chaddering effect. I would also make sure that the rear brakes are fully adjusted, so that they are doing their share of braking and not putting the entire load on the front brakes. Then I would flush the brake fluid and check the wheel bearings for wear or lack of grease...
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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