While braking at speeds over 50mph I get violent shaking and vibration; is this normal due to ABS or is it my rotors?
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2009 Honda Accord
Question: Could shaking and vibration while braking at higher speeds be from the abs?
Answer #1jedisolo21 January 19, 2013, 10:01Technician
No, that is not normal at all. That means one of 2 things: Your brake pads and rotors need to be replaced or just your brake pads. The front brakes go out more than the rear brakes, and that is a ratio normally of 3 to 1. So I would get your brakes looked at, and you can take it to Midas (free brake inspection) or to National Tire and Battery, or to your dealership.
To me? This problem happens to be your brakes -- pads and rotors.
Good luck and hope this helps.
Answer #2goodguy January 19, 2013, 11:56Master
you probably have a warped rotor
Answer #3ziptie12 January 19, 2013, 21:39Master
Most likely your front rotors are warped. Contrary to other statement Hondas' pad design and materials usually last about 30-40K on rear and 50-70K on front. Recommend resurface and Honda pads , to avoid noises due to mis-matched pad/rotor materials.
Replygoodguy, January 20, 2013, 07:34Master
I would recomend replacing front rotors rather than resurfacing them because the thinner you machine them its more likely they will warp again
ReplyHondaLove, January 20, 2013, 08:18Rookie
Thank you all, I am going to get them replaced.