Question about 1999 Ford Econoline
Its a good idea to turn your rotors if your putting on new pads so that you get a good seat. The steering wheel vibration may be your new pads wearing in and trying to find a good seat. Give it another 500 miles for break in period and if you still get the problem, then replace the pads with better ones and check to see if your rotors are not warped. Your pads will never seat correctly if your rotors are warped and make sure you use plenty of that shim goop they give you in the package before putting on the pads.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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