Having problems with your 2006 Kia Sedona ?

2006 Kia LX Van has 60,000 miles front end shutters during braking. Bought and replaced pads with ceramic from napa.Did an alignment job and replaced tires all around with Toyo High Country. The rims are steel with hubcaps and I keep an eye on the inflation. Looking to buy new rotors that are slotted and drilled. Car is well maintained and tires have been rotated properly. Is it worth the time and money for me to replace the rotors and how hard is it to replace them. I have a fairly high level

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-11-2018

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It's not difficult at all to replace the rotors, I'm sure you wouldn't have a problem changing them, they are the "Top Hat style", the rotor slides onto the hub. Since there isn't alot of steel involved with this design, they often warp, causing a brake pedal pulsation. I wouldn't worry about drill and slotted rotors, I would get a good set of name brand rotors, ie. Bendix, Wearever, of even Kia OEM rotors.
Yes I would say that the rotar is warped. I just had the same problem. Just barely touching the brake at hight speed and it felt like the car was going to jump over into oncoming traffic. I replaced both of the rotars and its like a new car. The abs light was on to. It was a blown fuse, I guess from where the antilock brake overloaded from trying to compensate for it?
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