Question about 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe
There are definitely a lot of times when brakes will feel completely different from one car to the next but if it seems like you are having to push hard just for normal braking then there is probably something wrong. My father recently purchased a new SUV and had the same problem but just figured it was the new car but when I checked the brakes there were down to about 5% and about to start scraping metal on metal. Before you go and try to change calipers, I would suggest checking the pads to see how much is left and checking the brake fluid. If I had to bet, I would say that you just need to do a brake job and you will be stopping with much less effort. You want to see that you have a least 1/4 inch of pad left, if not I would change them out. Let me know if you need any more help with this. Keith
Posted on May 18, 2009
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