My rotors on My 2006 Chrysler town country I'M turning blue in a brake pedal pulses
...this is normal, as the brakes are applied involuntarily to stop you from a skid...if it's workin' right will only happen when skid conditions are there--- The traction control literally takes control...not sure there may be a way to switch it off...you and I will never get used to not having full control over braking....it just is~
it could be the old fashioned problem of caliper slides that were not lubricated and/or caliper studs not tightened properly...take a look at the rotor, you mentioned that it's blue, but how about your pad wear? are the pads worn evenly? Is the vented rotor worn equal sides of the vented center? To have them on all the time is bad, pulsing prior to a skid-out is the proper way it should operate...like I'm saying good old fashioned brake troubles...take it to a brake shop~
If your rotors are blue and pulsing don't even bother with trying to turn them just replace them, you need to do judge stated about the caliper slides also check and make sure the pistons are retracting properly and not dragging. If the pads are over half way gone might as well replace them while your this far into it. ABS should only operate when a wheel lockup is sensed by the computer, you most likely will feel and hear the system cut in as the brake pedal will push back against you and there will be a rapid clunking noise as the brakes are cycled to prevent wheel lockup. When a brake master cylinder starts to fail you will notice that the brake pedal will slowly start to go down after you have completed a stop like at a stop light and are waiting for it to turn green. Have you ever flushed the brake system? If not it would be a good idea.
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