Question about 2005 Nissan Quest
I could write a book on the subject and it would be very sarcastic and critical
I have never in 47 years had a brake issue
The reason is, I remove ALL rust from All brake pad sliding surfaces and similiar caliper moving and sliding abutments.
Then the key,is two things,Use Anti-Seize Lube (Permatex) on those surfaces,and take your brakes apart twice a year and do again
Next thing, is to not allow rotor wear, to grasp the sides of the pads,that happens when you allow a ridge on the outer edge of the rotors. Machine them or file it off. (Remember twice a year,you make love to them)
Replacing pads and not machining/turning rotors
Using cheap pads
Not using vehicle specific pads
Not bleeding the entire system
Not checking for codes
All those things I do ,is not done professionally
What I mention above, you should NOTdo,IS what the pros do
KEY HERE--Do your own brake work
You paid for brake service,now it is worse than when you took it in
This has been going on for 50 years,and there is no reason for it
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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