During light to moderate braking, if you experience a vibration in the steering wheel, floor, or seat, or a minor pulsation in the brake pedal, installing revised front brake calipers may help. If the brake calipers are silver in color, they are up-to-date. If the calipers are black in color, the revised calipers are needed and should be installed along with new front brake rotors.
Vibration During Moderate Braking on Jeep Grand Cherokee
Average mileage: 91,150 (72,300–110,000)
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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee110,000Visitor
Pulsating when braking. Changed brake pads(ceramic) and rotors(drilled and slotted) and it stopped for a couple hundred miles, then started again and I'm stumped as to what the issue could be
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee72,300Visitor
new brake pads, $75.00
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