Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
When you put your wheels on , most people do not realize that the wheels need to be torqued down. A lot of mechanics just use there air gun or brute force to put a wheel on a disc brake. If the bolts are over tightened or unevenly tightened the disc will warp. That is what is causing the pulsing when you brake. The only way to fix the pulse is to put on a new disc and torque the wheel correctly. Having the disc turned will only amplify the problem. You need to replace the warped disc with a new one.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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