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I have changed brake line rotors pads and caliber and still have shakeing noise what can i do car wont even go fast untill the pads release grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  • kennysteele2 May 26, 2009

    how do u suface rotors/?

  • kennysteele2 May 26, 2009

    would the rotors make the front brakes stick and and car goes 40 then after they release the car is ok ?

    ps and thanks for your help

  • kennysteele2 May 26, 2009

    so will that make my car not go fast when they stick /

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  • kennysteele2 May 26, 2009

    thank u for all your help

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May need to surface rotors if severe vibration

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  • drvinylva May 26, 2009

    if it is vibrating the rotors are not running true,you can not turn rotors yourself local autoparts store can do it. You need to call around different stores and ask them if they turn rotors and the cost to do both. I know around here prices vary so shop around

  • drvinylva May 26, 2009

    it wouldn't make them stick but if they are to far out of true the new pads which are flat are grabbing at certain points on rotor. so yes they are sticking at certain places

  • drvinylva May 26, 2009

    yes because they are grabbing in places , so it is like your hold down on brakes

  • drvinylva May 26, 2009

    no problem

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