Question about 2006 Chevrolet Equinox
Posted by Anonymous on
Your front brakes and rotors take on the most weight and stopping power, so it may be one of these that need attention. It could be the system needs to be bled, or the rotor could be warped, this happens when it's hot outside and you hit a water puddle it also happens in colder months as the rotors are cold and hitting or riding the brakes cause heat to increase warping the rotors. If one is warped, replace it, but if it's worn a little then it can be machined down. Good Luck....
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