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I have a 2000 grand am gt 3.4l and when i go to stop, as i slow down, the car seems to **** forward and backward slightly as i hit the brakes. would this be my rotors possibly?

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Sounds like warped drums or rotors
( shaking when hitting the brakes )
Need to check complete braking system, just in case you have a hanging caliper or wheel cylinder ( if it has drums, that is in back )

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