Question about 2002 Dodge Intrepid
Had the same problem, took the roters in to get grinded and the problem went away.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Yes i have heard of this.check your tierod ends just to make sure they are good.But im sure its just those rotors warping.The next time u need brakes buy slotted and drilled rotors.they are pretty cheap on e bay.that allways fixs the problem you are having.The only other thing you can do if you dont want to upgrade rotors is. to keep the rear drum brakes adjusted.If you even have them.Come to think of it if you are having this problem with 4 wheel disk.then you might be having a problem with the combination valve. or the proportioning valve.But i think its just the rotors.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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