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What causes brake peddle bounce on front wheels. Only on slow driving

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Warped rotors, You need new brake rotors and pads.

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warped rotors replace and then fix shocks since its what caused it in the first place also check ball joints and tie rod ends. see a typical vehicle use 70 % front brake and 30 % rear brake and when the shocks are bad a vehicle will use 80 to 90 % front brake which will cause the rotors to heat up over 400 degrees and then rapidly cooling causing them warp

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I have an 03 Chevy tracker 4 cyl 2 wd I've been having problems with the front brakes locking up when driving. It happens at different times and different driving conditions. Sometimes pumping the pedal...


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relace your shocks. the design of any dampner(strut or shock design) is to return the wheel to the road for handling and safety. when the shock is worn out is with continue to bounce like a basketball. it has no more strength to return to wheel to the road. a common misconception is that they are there to absorb, not true. the springs or torsion bars are there to absorb and create ride height. the shock does nothing more then return the wheel to the road. simple and inexpensive.

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If you can feel it in the brake peddle when you push on it, then your brake rotors are warped. Putting new pads and rotors in will solve this. Is caused by braking too hard (driving really fast to a stop sign and stopping in the last few feet). I have heard a few times that some people upgrade to a better brake when they increase wheel size, but I do not think that is a problem in you case.

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