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The brakes keep getting rusty in my car. Why does this happen?

(2006 Chrysler Town & Country)
in Custer, WI on September 09, 2016
I have had parts replaced many times, but there is always more to do.
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Brake rotors rust because of the material they are made of. It doesn't bother your brakes and as you drive, you'll notice it wears off the rust.
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