Brakes

Asked by Jun 04, 2018 at 10:39 AM about the 2016 Nissan Versa

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I hit the brakes I hear a vibration
that slows as I slow the car

2 Answers

Does that sound like warped rotors?

Well I know the pads are getting low bc when I’m just start to roll I hear that slight scraping sound, the warning sound ya know? But I’m more referring to, say highway speeds. Cruising there’s no noise or vibes. Brake, the harder the more prominent, there is a pretty hard vibration/sound and as the car slows down the frequency slows down as well. I told my wife I’m like 95% sure the rotors are warped. Bc it’s only when braking and only when braking relatively hard.

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