why do my brakes judder on my 55 primera 1.8??

Asked by Mar 28, 2011 at 04:26 PM about the Nissan Primera

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

brakes judder when slowing down any ideas? pads are fine,abs light on.

4 Answers

rotors are probably bad. need to be shaved or replaced is my guess.

yeah... that was a stupid last respond on this topic for me.. *hits head*... like the guy above said, it's probly the rotors.

been told its the "rings on the cv joints" apparantley you cannot buy just the rings for a primera,you have to buy both cv joint and ring as they are connected?? 200 quid for both sides fitted,that sound reasonable dudes??

10

abs sensors need replacing simple

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