How to Diagnose Grabbing Brakes?

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Ideally automobile brakes when applied slow the vehicle smoothly to a stop. As brake rotor or drum become worn hot spot may form. The spots grab brake pads or shoes unevenly creating a jerky feeling as the brakes are applied.
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1. Inspect your brake discs, because your vehicle may grab suddenly when one or both brake discs wear out. On some cars, you can do this without removing the wheels. Alloy wheels
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The two main reasons for this is a sticky, or malfunctioning brake caliper on disc brakes, or piston on rear drum brakes. on the front disc brakes you can tell if your caliper is
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Brakes 'grab' because when pressure is applied to the pedal, a device pumps
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That is not good at all and is dangerous on slippery roads. I suspect the brake pads are contaminated with grease from sloppy handling when the brakes were done. If so, the cure involves
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