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I have a 1992 corolla brake peddal pulsalating?

I have a 1992 corolla wagon repaced both front calipars and rotors and pads. but after about a week of driveing i get this pulsalating on the brake peddal. is it master cylinder? the rear is all new to. it is like the rotors are warped but there not there new.

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If you can drive 50 mph and push on the brake pedal lightly and the steering wheel pulsates, the front rotors are warped. new does not mean straight, and cheap never means good. If you feel it in the pedal or your **** then the most likely problem is the rear brakes,.

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