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Old 03-29-2004, 07:11 PM   #21
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Regarding the warped rotors, on my 2000 I too thought my rotors were warped. However, before I pulled them for turning, I decided to check the lug nut torques since the dealer was the last one to pull the tires.
Sure enough, he had used an impact gun. When I loosened them and retightened to 100 ft. lbs, the "warping" and pedal pulsations disappeared. It'* worth checking.
Thanks for the tip, i had done that a while ago as i do almost all the work myself as i have a lift @ my dads garage so i know they were torque to 100 cause i put them on! . But it'* true they will warp your rotors if put on too tight.
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