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The brake SAGA continues.

9408 Views 41 Replies 10 Participants Last post by  cmackvr6
It was so ridiculous today with the LOUD rattle that I had enough.

I skipped going to Chevy for the 5th time because it's useless. I am now sitting at a waiting room in a place here called B-Quick. It's like Pep Boys. It's 7:20 pm. I told them to put the best brakes they had. They resurfaced all the rotors and are now almost finished. 4 resurfaced rotors and an all new set of pads. Let see how it goes.

Hold on.

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NickD & spacedout:

Exactly. Between myself and my wife, we have had about 16 cars in the past 8 or 9 years (I know, we have a sickness, haha) and we have NEVER had a problem getting a loaner before.
I will even go as far as to say if you are experiencing warping you need to learn to slow down sooner for your stops. only way you could have issues is if you are jamming on your brakes at most intersections. You might be shocked how far these cars can coast & maintain speed as you slowly come to a stop. No need at all to power though 3/4 a block then jam on your brakes the last 10 feet.
Like I said. I have driven this car no differently than I have my past vehicles. In fact, I baby this one because there is no point in trying to drive fast...the car is slow.

I have only replaced the rotors on my Silverado and my old Dodge Magnum. Both of which had over well over 60k miles at the time.

The problem is with the parts NOT with my driving style.

P.S. it may not be the rotors, I don't know. The car just vibrates heavily when slowing from highway speed. Your guess is as good as mine. Fact is, this problem should not exist at 10k miles.
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