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V w golf gt tdi 1999 brake judder at slow speed felt through peddle

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Your rotors are starting to warp

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Lots and lots of things can do this. I would recommend having the knocking sound investigated as the main concern, possibly by a good front-end shop. It could be a c-v joint or bad hub bearing which can allow a wobble in the front brake rotors. This would allow what you call a "judder".

Sometimes rust can form on the brake rotors while the car is parked. This is a weather related problem and if rust is the cause it can wear off to a smooth surface with driving. But a badly pitted rotor will need resurfacing or replacing. It can produce a scuffing sound, but not a knock.

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sounds like your brake rotors may need checked for warps or deep cuts. The brakes could be crystallized, this usually happens when you go through water and it cools them down so fast that they hardened up.

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