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Brake pedal vibration

Two weeks ago, I recently started having brake pedal vibration when i pressed the pedal in my 1999 honda 4wd passport. Recently, I started having my left front tire vibrate excessivly when i drive on the highway while i was driving for an extended period of time. So i would have to pull over for a few minutes and it would stop. I checked my brake pads and they were fine. My question is, is there a problem with my brake rotors and if so, are they fairly easy to change?

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Definitly Has Rotor Runout or Hotspot on Rotor there Also Caliper or Hose Bad On That Side.

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Sounds like sticky caliper for one reason or another which has probably warped rotor(s). When that vibration occurs & you pull over to stop it, carefully touch rim to see if hot, or hotter than other side, which is a good indicator to tell you which one is sticking. Don't just change one though, do both.
that is provided it's just not a case of lubricating sliders etc, to get calipers moving freely.

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