Question about Jeep Cherokee
The description you give is consistant with the way a car will behave with warped rotors. Have you had the rotors turned. If not, that is the issue. The longer it goes, the worse it will get. The contact patch, (the shiney part), where the brake pads ride can be checked with a dial indicator, by positioning the indicator rod on the contact patch and turning the rotor, you can determine down to the 1/1000th how far out of true your rotors are. Good Luck. I hope you find this to be helpful!
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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