Question about Acura Integra
Sounds like you have one or more out of round (warped &/or rusted) rotors. Most times you can pull each wheel & visually see rusted or ridged rotors, but not always. The brake pads might appear to have plenty of lining left on them, but the rotors are no longer true. Rust & heat will damage the smooth (true) condition of the rotors that is necessary for the proper operation of the brakes. You can have each rotor checked for proper runoff individually. Start with fronts first, even though the rears are just as likely to cause the pulsation you are experiencing. Take them to any auto parts store & have them checked for out of round. Once you locate the problem rotor or rotors, you can usually machine them 1 time or compare with the price of new & machine or replace.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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