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When i tap the brakes it feels as if the wheels are bouncing in the front. Is this a tire issue or could it be the rotors? every so often i have to add air because the tire pressure alert comes on. And i know i have to change the oil but the service alert says "service soon b4". Help!

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If you can feel it in your brake pedal, it is most likely the rotors are bad. if not check tires or front struts for the tire hopping.

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