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front of 93 honda accord auto shudders when braking from speed- slow is fine

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    jon kennedy
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    Hi Eric,
    I have replaced the front rotars (discs) 3 times so far with 2 chinese makes and then 2 bosch with new pads each time, all good for the 1st few thousand miles and then back to the shudder… im worn out with it now any ideas / sufggestions pls ,

    Thanks .
    Jon

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    Jeffrey Voight
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    You may have a condition that is heating up your rotors. Excessive heat will warp any rotor. Usually this excess heat comes from the caliper not fully releasing when you take your foot off the brake pedal. Usually it’s cause is a sticking caliper or an internally damage brake hose. To check for this,secure the front wheels off the ground. Have someone press the brake pedal. When the brake. Pedal is released, you should be able to turn both wheels freely without any brake interference. If you have brake interference, one of these problems are present.

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    Phil Marino
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    Jon….myou issue is just the opposite 😠
    I’ve had new discs rotors wheels bearings and drive shafts fitted….😢…good luck
    Phil

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