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Old 28-12-12, 03:40 PM   #1
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when im going fast and brake i am getting juddering from the frnsont end.

i cleaned all the abs sensors up before i fitted new pads and discs. brakes have been spot on since. checked the abs sensors the other day and the gaps look perfect still and no rust in the way

front brakes were fitted with new pagid discs and pads about 1000 miles ago

you cant notice it going around town but anything over 30 you get quite bad juddering from the front end. it doesnt feel like the abs fault i had before and theres definitely no fault codes

any ideas? tyres suspension bushes?

all tyres have been pumped up to what it says on the door which is 2.5 bar all round. is this correct?

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Old 29-12-12, 11:30 AM   #2
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Did you check the rear sensors? Its usually the gap on them that causes this.
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i cleaned the rear hubs and behind the sensors a few months ago

i dont seem to have the issue with pulsating through the pedal like before and the abs light isnt on

i will drop the tyre pressure a lil. swap the front tyres over. check for any worn suspension parts

if not ill take the rear wheels off.

when i looked last week the hubs still look clean and the sensors look inline still.

may try the small washer trick next time then. i dont fancy doing it every few months
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i managed to do one side today. in the end i did my friends 307 too

will see how the brakes react on the way to work

i went down the route of a small washer behind. mine seems to be quite a big gap so it narrows it to about 1mm now

if the brakes are still the same i will do the other side. theres still no abs light
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I never got the ABS light on mine. And the gap looked to be right, but its not until you really clean them that you notice the difference.
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mine didnt look dirty. i only did them a few months ago

i think its more road grime getting in everywhere
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im even more confused now. took both wheels off. checked and reach cleaned each sensor. there both in line and close to the hub but its still doing it

i have swapped the front wheels over. checked the front brakes and everything seems in order, all bolts are tight

im hoping it cures it otherwise im stumped

i have just done a friends 307s sensors. which are now perfect. there wasnt any corrosion on mine in the 5 months since i did mine last
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Just done a 130 mile round trip it seems to be worse the faster I go

Swapping over the wheels hasn't helped

Even though the abs light isn't on will planet tell me where the problem lies

It's pretty annoying when slowing down
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so is the juddering only when you brake from high speed ie: motorway speeds etc ??
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It's mainly over 30ish it may do it slower but can't always notice it as its so small
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