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Unread 06-29-2009, 10:54 PM   #1
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WJ Front axle/brakes "Binding" at slow speed

I think It may be a warped rotor, but I wanted to check and see what you all think.

I have noticed that in the passed couple weeks the Front end of my WJ tends to almost "skip" when I'm going about MPH and on the breaks. It doesn't seem to do it really any other time. I have also had a slight occasional break squeal from the front right wheel for about 2 months now. I know the pads are fine. They are only about 9 months old. I have also noticed that at freeway speeds it seems like something on the front right side may be running rough. Like a bad bearing. I don't know. It could just be me being paranoid.


2002 WJ 4.7L V8 W/Selec-Trak: 2" OME Lift W/32's
Gibson Exaust, K&N Cold air intake
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