Question about Nissan Altima
The brake work was not done correctly and or your back brakes may be the issue.
There are brake places that just install cheap brake pads and never turn the rotors.
I would suspect that most all places, never remove any or much rust from pad and caliper sliding surfaces.
And hard to believe that after sixty years, you don't see much in the way of any brake lube on anything.
Very negative on my part,but that is all I ever see, or hear of.
Never had one brake issue in 45 years of doing my own work. Suggest you learn brakes,if nothing else, and tear them down twice a year, on every vehicle and do them yourself.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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