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THE FRONT BRAKE ROTORS NEED TO BE MACHINED

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have you had your brakes looked at? Sounds like warped rotors.

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Is your ABS working properly? Under heavy braking the ABS should engage and 'pulse' the brakes on/off. It is normal to feel the brake petal flutter or pulse under your foot.

Under light braking there should be no pulsing as the ABS does not engage and you have changed the rotors and pads.

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It can be issue with brake system alignment.Get the brake assembly checked.Something is not right and out of its way causing these problem.----------
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It can be issue with master cylinder or the problem is there is still some air there in the system,that has to be bleed.Or else the parts replaced are not aligned properly/.I suggest everything back.


There are few help links mentioned below to troubleshoot the issue.


Click the link below and follow its procedure:-----


All types of brake problems and repairs http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/11/abs-and-service-light-comes-on.html

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Brake Fade Issue? http://whoisbyme.blogspot.in/2012/07/brake-fade-issue.html

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Brake System Troubleshooting? http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/11/brake-system-troubleshooting.html

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Car Brakes grabbing? http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2011/12/car-brakes-grabbing.html

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Car Brakes Making Noise? http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2011/12/car-brakes-making-noise.html

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Pulsating Brake Pedal? http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2011/12/pulsating-brake-pedal.html

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Spongy brake pedal? http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2011/12/spongy-brake-pedal.html

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Hard Brake Pedal? http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2011/12/hard-brake-pedal.html

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http://whoisbyme.blogspot.in/2012/06/fading-sinking-brake-pedal.html

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check rotor and brake pads. also check fluid level. one of those 3 causing problems.
more and likely its the rotor. its cheaper to buy new ones for around 20-30 dollars.
warped rotor will cause the pedal to ..pulsate. and more and likely you pads are wore.
when getting new rotor always put new shoes on so the rotor it can wear evenly.

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if this only happens when you apply the brakes it most likely sounds to me like your rotor is warped and needs to be replaced... if you are going to be doing this make sure that you replace both sides and do the brake pads as well.. the brake system on a car is not something that one should cheap out on.

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shakes?or shacks?Let's just say that you mean shake.If your brake pedal pulsates,replace the rotors.If your steering wheel shakes(low speed)broken belt in front tire.Jack up one tire enough to clear the ground,spin it.Spins nice,lower and jack up the other.Spin that one,if the belt is broke it'll be very noticable.While up in the air check the lug nuts,if they're loose it can make the steering shake too.If the shake is at highway speed,bad shocks or tie rods or ball joints or a combination of these.Jack up a front tire and try to move it(Key turned off to lock steering).If it moves top to bottom,ball joint.Side to side,tie rod.Doesn't move,shocks.The worst could be a bad hub bearing,but you'd hear it and you said nothing about any noise.

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I feel shaking in brake pedal of my 99 rodeo and squealing


Most likely cause is out of round brake rotors.
They will need to be resurfaced or replaced to correct the pulsation you feel in the pedal.
One other cause I can think of is the ABS (anti lock brake system) is activating due to possibly a bad wheel speed sensor.
You can disconnect the power connector at the ABS control unit and road test the vehicle.
If the pulsation is still there than it is not an ABS problem.

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Pulsating in the brake pedal is normally an indication of ABS problems or master cylinder problems. A quick check after a short trip may isolate this further. drive the vehicle about 1 or 2 miles, preferably on a highway, then get out and feel for heat from the tires one at a time. Be careful not to touch the hot areas of the wheels. If you feel more heat coming from one tire than the others then the Caliper may be sticking causing the problem. You also need to check your read brakes this way as well as they could also cause this problem if they are sticking.

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