But brake shop did a thorough inspection all around
This is the killer...
12-Sept-2o23Calipers are famous on these trucks for getting crusty with the pistons seizing up. Have the brakes been fully bled?....could be air is in the system, Master cylinder, or vacuum booster could even be tapioca
It's just about as cost effective to replace rotors with new ones as it is to resurface them. If driving a lot of highway miles I found EBC slotted rotors, and pads to last far longer than the stock solid ones.i've got it scheduled for dealer service on Thursday
they have a current front brake special coupin for 199$ that includes resurfacing of rotors if necessary (rotors OEM replaced 77k ago with the front pads at a slop chop shop)
maybe they also will bleed the brakes, that would be nice, only 50k miles on the brake fluid
the calipers could be an issue because of salt life
but the brakesPlus shop checked ALL OF THIS they assured me it was ALL GOOD
just the drums needed resurfaced from a high spot found on them
Sometimes these specials only apply to certain vehicles. Usually when you go for them, they hit you with all sorts of stuff your vehicle needs to make them some quick easy money. They will have a field day with jay.Nope. Can not resurface on the vehicle. The rotors must come off to be placed in a lathe or grinder.
I just replaced both rotors on my truck. Hardest task was getting the old rotors to say good bye to the spindle.
The new rotors were less expensive than surfacing the old.
Did you check on what is included in the $1.99 special???