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Machining Brake Rotors

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Question From Budgie on Machining Brake Rotors

Hi All,

I just had my front brake pads replaced, as they were down to the minimum thickness and squeaking. Both front rotors were measured at .962, and their discard thickness is .910, so I chose to have them machined. I just looked at my invoice and noticed that they machined them to the discard thickness of .910. Is this this something I should gripe about?

I know that some will say I should have just gotten them replaced and others that would have also resurfaced, but I mainly want to know if I am driving an unsafe car now and if the mechanic should rectify the situation?

Thanks!

Budgie

Response From Hammer Time

I somewhat doubt they machined them to specifically the measurement. They were most likely just noting the spec for some reason.
Those rotors would have to have been real bad to have taken that much off. If you had a pulsation to start with, then you will likely get it again real soon.

Response From Budgie

Thanks for your input. That makes me feel a bit better. I just took a second look at the invoice and, now that I think of it, they were likely just stating specifications. Here is the wording exactly:

"Thickness = .962"
"Machine to = .910"
"Discard at = .910"

So, "Machine to" can also be interpreted as "do not machine less than this thickness"?

Response From Hammer Time

No, there is a spec called "machine to" and another called discard. In this case they are the same so yes, it was just the specs.

Response From Budgie

Thanks to you both! I'm going to stick with them until the next pad replacement and just watch for problems in the mean time.

Now, I just need new tires.

Budgie

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

LOL. Sorry to butt in, Hammer. You and I must've been typing at the same time. You are evidently faster.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

No Problem Loren

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Budgie; I would agree that you should have had them replaced. The thinner the rotors become, the more susceptible
to warpage . Also, the rotors aren't able to dissipate the heat, the thinner they become. Under severe circumstances, heat can cause the brake fluid to boil, which will cause air bubbles in the fluid. Air is not compressible, and loss of braking can result. Heat is also the cause of brake rotor warpage. If this occurs, the rotors will have to be replaced. No ones fault. Brakes are not something to 'skimp' on. Rotors are relatively inexpensive. Doesn't matter how good your car looks or how good it runs. It's got to be able to STOP. Replace the rotors.

brake problem

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Question From Guest on brake problem

when i use the brakes the truck goes right real bad any ideals

Response From Guest

I had that problem once, only it was a broken router and not my brakes. If you take the tire off you will be able to tell.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer


No further comment,

T

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

What year, make, model? Rear drum or disc?
More than likely, it's a brake problem. It's possible that it's a front end problem, also. Should have both inspected.

Response From Guest

its a 93 gmc 3500 van the steering pulls to the right when you hit the brakes it has rear drums front disc

Response From Tom Greenleaf

With Loren on brakes being the most likely but check front end parts as well. If this is RWD only then I'd spin both front wheels while hoisted and they should coast for a bit when spun. One probably won't - so the brake needs total inspection, caliper, hardware, pad wear/condition, bearings, flex hoses (hard to see defects internally) and they match side to side.

Chances are this could use a total front brake overhaul especially including calipers and flex hoses on the list - both sides.

Rear inspection should include parking brake and adjustment. I find rear brake if dragging doesn't make the vehicle "pull" so much as described in first post,

T

parking brake adjustment

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Question From Guest on parking brake adjustment

How do I adjust my parking brakes on my 1989 chevy pickup?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Parking Brake Adjustment
The parking brakes must be adjusted whenever the parking brake cables have been replaced or disconnected. Before adjusting the parking brakes, check the condition of the service brakes. The service brakes must be adjusted properly before proceeding with the parking brake adjustment.
Inspect the parking brake system for free operation. The brake lever must return to the released position without sticking or binding. If a problem exists, check the cable routings for kinks or binding. Clean and lubricate the parking brake assembly and cables with brake flluid. 1. Block the front wheels. 2. Raise and support the rear axle with suitable safety stands. 3. Loosen the equalizer nut (1). 4. Set the parking brake cable to four clicks. 5. Adjust the equalizer nut (1) until the wheels will not rotate forward without a moderate drag. 6. Release the parking brake and rotate the rear wheels. There should be no brake drag. 7. Remove the safety stands and lower the vehicle. 8. Unblock the front wheels.

Azera parking brake

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Question From dorseyh on Azera parking brake

2009 Hyundai Azera. How do I adjust the parking brake?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer


Adjustment

Adjustment Of Rear Brake shoe Clearance

  1. Raise the front of the vehicle, and make sure it is securely supported.
  2. Remove the rear wheel and tire from the rear hub.
  3. After removing the plug from the disk, rotate the toothed wheel by a screw driver until the disk is not moving, and then return it by 5 notches.



Adjustment Procedure Of Dih Foot Parking Brake
  1. Adjust the adjusting nut(A) so that parking pedal stroke is to be 7 Notch when operating effort is 294 N(30 kgf, 66 lb) after full stroke operation of parking pedal over 3 times for setting parking wire.



CAUTION:
  1. The parking brake adjustment must be carried out after adjusting the rear shoe.
  2. After adjusting parking brake, notice following matter;
1) Must be free from clearance between adjusting nut and pin. 2) Check securely that the brake is not dragging
Bed-In Procedure For Dih Foot Parking Brake
  1. While operating the parking brake pedal for 196 N(20 kgf, 44 lb) effort, drive the vehicle 500 meters (0.31 miles) at the speed of 60 kph (37.3 mph).
  2. Repeat the above procedure more than two times.
  3. Must be held on at 30% uphill.

CAUTION:
After adjusting parking brake, notice following matter;
  1. Must be free from troubles when the parking pedal is operated at 1 kN(100 kgf, 220 lb).
  2. Check that all parts move smoothly.
  3. The parking brake indicator lamp must be on after the parking pedal is worked and must be off after the pedal is released.

brake light switch

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Question From gary,sr. on brake light switch

where is brake light switch located on 2001 Chevy C1500 5.7L

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's on the brake pedal under the dash.