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Titan Brakes

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I Have A 2005 Titan With 13000 Miles. Rotors Warped At 3000 Miles, Dealer Turned The Front Rotors At 6000 Miles. Rotors Warped Again At 10,000 Miles-dealer Turned Front And Back Rotors And Replaced All The Pads With A New Style Pad. Pedal Was Soft After The Second Fix-had Too Much Travel-dealer Could Not Find A Problem And Replaced The Master Cylinder. This Did Not Really Help-pedal Travel Is Still Much Greater Than Before The Second Fix. Truck Stops Well But I Am Concerned About The Pedal Travel. Any Help With This Problem Would Be Appreciated.
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ROBERT G said:
How do I tell when the truck was made?
It will be on the inside of the drivers door area.
sudden urge said:
My 05 May built Titan had the judder at 1800 miles. They replaced the front rotors, ground the rear, and to this day they are working great with their final solution.
Not sure, but mine was built early 05, and they fixed the brakes at about 25k miles. The brakes have been perfect since. I don't know what kind of other vehicles some people have driven, but my titan has the best brakes I have ever seen (short of sports car).
ROBERT G said:
They should not have turned your front rotors.They should have replaced your front rotors, your front and back pads, and they should have resurfaced the rear pads. They shouldn't have had to open any lines. I would bring it back and make them fix it. You should not have a lot of pedal travel.
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