Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
Warping does not mean they are wearing out. What is happening is the rotors are getting too hot, too quickly. Waiting until the last moment to break for a redlight would do it, so would a drive-through food service place like McDonalds because of all the friction and heat generated in a relatively small area of the rotor.
It could be possible for your break calipers to not be mounted properly, but you would have heard some odd noises and the steering wheel would fight you every time you hit the brakes.
Be very mindful about how many times you have the rotors 'turned'. Making them too thin is a good way to destroy an entire vehicle when they suffer an epic failure. Youtube has several videos on driving tips to help you be easier on your vehicle and save money on gas.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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