I definetly agree that it is warped rotars, that is the only thing it could be, and to check if they are warped just go to a local mechanic or a sears or walmart of sams club if you have any in your area. if the mechanic tells you u need new ones they can run you from 70 to 150$$regans5 said:This is usually a sign of warped brake rotors. If you can find someone who turns rotors you can save some $$. If not your stuck w/ replacements. Good oppurtunity to upgrade to some fancy drilled or slotted high performance models. Also try rotating wheels to eliminate bent rim or out of round tire.
what?? You cannot fixed warped rotors by sanding them. The only way to fix is to replace the rotors or to machine them with the proper equipment.MadMike05 said:they can sand them down also, u can try that with a sander and really good grade sand paper if u can manage to get to um