I know this question is a little off from the old truck realm, but if I don't
fix the wife's car, I may not get another chance to work on my old truck.
Here's the problem: Pulsing brakes, BAD!! They are really scary (vibrating
wildly) at speed and more like just annoying when driving slow. I have
replaced pads, turned rotors, then replaced rotors, turned rear drums without
success. I disabled the antilock brakes by pulling fuses -- no difference.
What could be up with this thing? I wish the brakes worked as well as the
stockers on my '48.
Wichita Falls, TX
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