Steering wheel keeps shakin when stepin on the brakes?
I never bedded the rotors I got 3k ago. Would you recommend doing it now? They're OEM replacements.Most likely because you warped the rotors. And of course, you will hear about 500 people tell you on here its because the stock brakes suck and stories of people needing new brakes between 5K and 12K miles on their car.
No, its because people don't know how to use the brakes properly. I have almost 46K miles on my car with the stock brakes because I learned the proper way to setup the brakes (called "bedding" the brakes) and learned the best ways to use the brakes to prevent over heating. I'm willing to bet I can get another 10~12K miles out of them - and I auto-x my car and drive it hard.
^ Follow the tips on that link to learn how to bed the brakes when you get them replaced (if yours are warped enough to feel it in the steering wheel, they most likely won't be able to be turned back to true and still have enough material to be safe).
Yes, you can still bed them. I re-bed mine every spring.I never bedded the rotors I got 3k ago. Would you recommend doing it now? They're OEM replacements.
Yes, when the rotors are hot, going thru a carwash or deep puddle could cause them to warp.I've never had a problem with my stock brakes, 14,000 miles and 1.5 years later and they are still fine. Can running the car through a no touch car wash when the brakes are heated up warp the rotors?