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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: shaking brakes
Your rotors are warped. You also probably need to brake pads. Take your rotors off and inspect them for cuts and grooves. If the surface is not flat you'll need new ones. If not take them to a machine shop and have them turned. Turning your rotors will cut them down until the surface is perfectly flat and not warped. The shaking is cause when the rotors are warped and you press the brakes and the rotor applies more pressure where it's high and less where it's low, thus causes it to shake
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
i do believe you mean the service brakes, and when pushing the brake pedal the truck shakes?
Pad transfer will cause uneven brake discs with humps on em. Every time you then step on the brake pedal you'll feel the pads going over the humps, causing the shakes.
The best way to get rid of this is to replace the disc brakes with new discs.
Remember to change the pads too.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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