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Need to replace the rotor.

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In the future, please be more specific with your question. For this one, I'll speculate, and cover the bases. If you're looking for whether or not to replace rotors, here's what to look for. If the brake pedal "pulses" when you brake, then your rotors are warped, and yes, then need replacing. If you look at the rotor, and see deep gouges or pits, or the rotor surface is no longer relatively flat, then it needs replaced.
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