Question about 2007 Honda Fit Sport Hatchback
This is mostl likely due to warped brake rotors in the front and possibly in the rear as well. The rotors will either need to be resurfaced or replaced. I would recommend taking it to a shop soon, though this problem is more of an annoyance than a safety concern. Rotors warp when they end up getting too hot either by constantly stopping hard and fast or by 'riding' the brakes meaning that the brakes are lightly applied for long periods of time.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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