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Old 08-07-2003, 04:38 PM   #6
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With the car being at 150 miles, there is almost no way the rotors could be warped or worn down to the point where it would affect your braking or where you would feel anything through the pedal.

The brake pads are still new and are still forming with your brake system and this is the most likely cause.

I would suggeste taking it easy on the brakes and let the pads wear down. After 300 miles or so, stomp on the brakes in a hard stop in a safe location to let the self adjustment work.

It should clear up on it's own. The car and brakes are new and things have to be broken in. In your situation it is nothing to worry about, unless the conditions change or the problem does not go away after a few hundred miles more.

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