Question about 1997 Chevrolet K1500
Sometimes,the rotor can be turned,and they will warp,right back.Sometimes the rotor does not true up,because the rotor is warped at the center where it mounts.Lots of reasons for this,but it is all in the metal,that gets hot,and you can not do anything with it.Check the caliper for sticking.If the rotor is staying out,pressed against the rotor,and not retracting,then it will warp the rotor again,because of the heat.The caliper,or the hose going to the caliper can cause the piston,in the caliper to stay compressed against the rotor.Also check the ball joints,and the inner,and outer tie rod ends,on that side for play,or movement,that should not be there.This will cause the wheel to feel like the rotor is warped also.I hope this was helpful,if so,please let us know,thank you.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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