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Vibration During Moderate Braking on Jeep Grand Cherokee

Problem Description and Possible Solution

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.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Vehicles With This Problem

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Average mileage: 80,766 (60,000–110,000)
7 model years affected: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, more2003, 2004, 2010
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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
I have put new brakes on my vehicle the past few years. There is still a squeaking and now I have found out it is effecting my brake rotors.