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On a recent trip to Nashville,TN my brake pedal felt bumpy while braking going down hill.

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Suzanne Grego, Technician at City of Philadelphia Fleet Management Walter Brown, Rotors can warp over time from heat. Usually when you have your brake pads changed, you should also have your rotors cut or replaced if necessary. If your rotors are warped, you will feel your brake pedal go up and down when you apply pressure to it. It is possible that your rotors are slightly warped and you don

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