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I have 2001 Honda Odyssey. Lately, whenever I applied brake I feel pulsation on the brake pedal. Is it cause by brake pads or rotor?

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This could be warped rotors or warn out brake pads.

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Hi, this is caused by warping of the rotors. Any brake shop can resurface the rotors for you to clear up the vibration. Thanks for using FixYa.

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It is a good sign that the rotors are warped it is a good rule of thumb to change the pads at the same time and make sure that your calipers aren't jamed

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