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When applying the brakes, you can feel pedal pulse.

(1999 Chevrolet Cavalier)
in Appleton, WI on April 30, 2014
I was going to pull front wheels and check over rotors etc. Is having them "turned " and option or would it be easier and more cost effective to install new ones?
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on May 01, 2014
Drum brakes in back? If only pedal pulse (and maybe you feel a little shake in the seat) , and no steering wheel vibration , I would suspect the drums are 'out of round'. Even if it is disc on rear , with that symptom I'm still thinking rear brakes.
of G. T. Service Center on April 30, 2014
WE turn rotors everyday, it's your choice. Some are beyond cleaning up.
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