Its normal for the brake pedal to pulsate and vibrate on any vehicle with ABS when in the snow, don't know what the rubbing would be, take it to the dealer.
you're killin me over here..........:rofl:Blackbeauty said:You are kidding me right? Holy cow! Never had ABS before? It's not like you're throwing out an anchor. It "modulates" the pressure so your tires don't lose grip. Yes, you WILL slide, but it will be more controled and you will continue going straight. You can also still steer. That's what ABS will do for you, not stop you on a dime in ice or snow.
roy365 said:Now why did you have to go and bring Sinead O' Connor in the post??? LOL
Isn't that the same look she had when she tore up a picture of the Pope?
haha funny, I take it you never driven in the snow or ever driven a vehicle with ABS. What you describe here is a normal braking/sounds in snow with ABS. Most people out there driving cars with ABS really do not know how to use their ABS in an emergency.tintintin said:Tryed my 4x4 for the first time,noticed a rubbing sound when braking in the snow. Took it out of 4x4, and it's worse in 2WD. I came to a red light and tryed to stop, it was making a shuddering sound and the brake pedal was pushing back!. I have not noticed this on dry payment, only on slick roads. It seems are Titan's have chronic brake issue's,don't know what too do!