A pulsation may be noted upon brake application. This condition is commonly caused by warped brake rotors. Our technicians recommend inspecting both front and rear brake rotors when this condition occurs. Brake pads should be replaced along with any warped rotors to correct this condition.
Pulsation On Brake Application on Land Rover Range Rover Sport
Average mileage: 205,333 (10,000–500,000)
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I feel pulsating when I apply the brakes
I have a lot of kms up on my Range Rover sport 07,lately it has began to shudder when braking,my mechanic says it is the calipers that need to be changed,also when I release the accelerator a kinda loud noise comes as it slows down,anyone else ?,I also have this vehicle since it was only a few months old so I am a careful driver,Chaffeur driven,
Not a Sport, but a 2010 HSE. Pulsating braking, almost like a warped rotor problem but at times much more pronounced. Land Rover has replaced the front rotors and pads under warranty, but problem has persisted. Some days worse than others. In the shop now with 28,000 miles because the problem persists. The dealer called today to say no unacceptable wear on rotors, but they are still looking at it. I am going to file a claim if it isnt fixed. For what I paid, I should be able to brake at least as well as any other vehicle on the road.