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A warped disc will usually rear it's ugly head in all braking scenarios rather than just under medium or light pressure. It is possible that you have pad deposits on your rotors from getting the pads / discs hot, then stopping the car with your foot on the brake, allowing the pads to 'cook' themselves into the rotor. If you re-bed the pads, you may be able ...


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So, a few things: Thin pads will not cause a wobble, though if you're down to 2-3mm they should be replaced. I'd much rather replace them well before that. A warped rotor may cause a wobble, but it depends on how bad it's warped. Now, if you get a stuck caliper, or a pad that's got no material left, it can - and most likely will - generate enough heat ...


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Modern engine with steel head gasket would require a maximum of 0.003" or 0.075mm. You can have a more irregular surface if you have an older engine with thicker compressible head gasket. The surfaces should be flat so that they match accurately as the error will grow as the different materials expand at different rates during temperature changes. For your ...


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