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it didn't do this at first ofcourse...but as time goes by...when ever i brake from 70mph to like 30- within 5 seconds? my steering rattles and shakes...i feel it pull and go pull and go etc...im sure you all know what im talking about...is this good under WARRANTY ? if yes...where does it say that? what do i say if the service people say NO!!!...
 

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I have that problem too. Brought to the dealer yesterday. They found out it was a wharp on the rotor. Resurface the rotor and change new break pad. Now everything is perfect. Under warranty at 24 thousand miles. Bring your car to the dealer they will do that for you.
 

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yes it's the warped rotor and yes it's covered under warranty, just bring the car back asap. it's very annoying. try to make them resurface the rotor AND replace the brake pads. sometimes they try to be cheap on you. this is a known issue with the tls
 

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yea...i was thinking about replacing the brake pads earlier...but woulnd't that VOID the whole brake section of warranty? since its "non stock"
 

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[TL]Ridah said:
yea...i was thinking about replacing the brake pads earlier...but woulnd't that VOID the whole brake section of warranty? since its "non stock"
Nothing voids warranty unless it's proven that the aftermarket product you put on caused the problem. Messing with the ecu is an exception. I don't see how using upgraded brakepads are going to cause any problems either. Go for it!
 

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It happened to me when I had about 18K miles on my car. I took it to the dealer and they replace the brake pads & resurfaced the rotors. No questions asked. ;)
 
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