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Pulsing brakes brakes pulsate upon stopping

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Warped rotors or abs system is working

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Had a test drive with a 2005 Subaru Forester.....When I break it feels like it's pulsating....Is that normal? Seller said that it was because of ABS


If on anything less than an emergency stop, it would be warped brake disks. They are easy enough to replace. I had an Outback develop that. They are about $65 a pair from Autozone

ABS will pulse the brakes in a full-on emergency stop.
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2005 Chevy impala brake pedal pulsation with brand new rotors installed


Is your ABS working properly? Under heavy braking the ABS should engage and 'pulse' the brakes on/off. It is normal to feel the brake petal flutter or pulse under your foot.

Under light braking there should be no pulsing as the ABS does not engage and you have changed the rotors and pads.

Nov 19, 2013 | 2005 Chevrolet Impala

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Changed rotors and pads on volvo s80 2001 but strong pulsating continues when braking


Abs control valve it's a big unit under hood with all the brake lines going to it then out of it to calipers. It has wire harness connector un plug it and try brakes aware that abs won't work but brakes will operate be careful until this is verified if pulsing stops that control valve has a problem. My advice is to never buy another Volvo I won't I had one

Apr 02, 2012 | Volvo S80 Cars & Trucks

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Truck shakes when brake is applied upon slowing down it gets shakier until i let off the brake and pulse the brakes till truck stops


A common cause for the vibration when braking is when front brake pads are replaced, but the brake rotors were not resurfaced smooth. Overtime when braking, the new pad will wear into the rotor that was not cut. The uncut rotor, having high and low spots when turning, will cause the brake pedal to vibrate/pulse when stopping.

Sep 16, 2011 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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Brakes are pulsating in pedal. we've changed calipers, turned drums and rotors, replaced pads, bled brake lines. what could be causing the pulsating and egg out feeling.


Your rear drums are out of round (warped). Eventhough you turned them the problem will not go away because they have hot spots in them that turning can't remove. You need to replace them with new ones to solve this problem. Pulsing pedal is rear brakes and a shimmy in the steering wheel while braking is in the front brakes.. Good luck I hope this helps you out.

Jul 14, 2011 | 2004 Saturn VUE

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When braking on my '04 Suburban, it pulsates like it has a warped brake rotor, but rotors are true (all four), and there is no correlating pulsation in the brake pedal, nor in the steering. Also, this...


Try pulling the fuse for the anti-lock braking system. If the problem goes away with the ABS disabled, check the wheel rotation sensors for problems, especially cracked or broken mounts or wiring issues. I'm thinking a sensor is dropping out when it gets heated by the brake and feeding bad data to the controller. The controller than treats it as a low traction situation and starts pulsing the brakes. If this is the case, you would see an ABS or Low Traction warning light on your dash.

Another possibility is a worn or loose suspension component oscillating under braking stress. In particular, check the shock absorber mounts. You could also have a pad that chatters instead of gripping the rotor cleanly - this may leave marks on the rotor, and would probably produce an audible noise.

Dec 23, 2010 | Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Cars & Trucks

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What causes the brake pedal pulsates occasionally when stopping the car.The car is a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT and somtimes(about four times a day the brake will have a pulsating feel in the pedal along...


When you put your wheels on , most people do not realize that the wheels need to be torqued down. A lot of mechanics just use there air gun or brute force to put a wheel on a disc brake. If the bolts are over tightened or unevenly tightened the disc will warp. That is what is causing the pulsing when you brake. The only way to fix the pulse is to put on a new disc and torque the wheel correctly. Having the disc turned will only amplify the problem. You need to replace the warped disc with a new one.

Sep 16, 2010 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix

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1. brakes seem to pulse when comming to a stop (feels like ABS working very slowly)


The pulsation you feel is caused by warped front brake rotors. You will need to replace the rotors and it would be smart to change the front pads at the same time.

Sep 13, 2010 | 2001 Subaru Outback

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Brake peddele pushes back


some one needed to clean your hubs when they changed the rotors pulsation in front brakes is common on these vehicles.also check for loose tie rods

Feb 28, 2009 | 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

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Abs system malfunction


I WOULD RECOMMEND THE ABS BE SELF TESTED BY A FORD DEALER, A FAULT CODE WILL BE PRESENT THAT WILL LEAD IN THE DIRECTION TO REPAIR THE PROBLEM.
THE 2nd PROBLEM SOUNDS LIKE WARPED FRONT BRAKE ROTORS.

Nov 09, 2008 | 1999 Lincoln Town Car

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