Could be warped brake rotor. Or possibly a set of brake pads broken or cracked.
Yes, I'm sure that's the case. Kind of wondered if anyone else had experienced it.Could be warped brake rotor. Or possibly a set of brake pads broken or cracked.
Sorry if I confused the issue, no I was not towing......just suggesting it could be a problem for someone who might be.Oh I don't think you said you were telling the trailer, were you towing one? That could be a difference too it could have been the trailer itself move it around while you were breaking. I know it sounds weird but it is possible. I'm planning a trip to Utah next month but no trailer
Do you know what years use the brakes to maintain speed. I cannot seem to find that info. on the web.Somebody posted that having cruise engaged on downhills, even the regular cruise, uses brakes to maintain speed, so that could have been the cause of warped rotors. Did you have cruise? Regardless of that answer, do NOT use cruise going downhill on these vehicles. If necessary, use the engine to slow down the vehicle. Or if still too fast, just apply brakes a second or two, then release, and repeat as needed. I typically don't like to see over 4K-rpm while engine braking. Hope this helps.
Is it possible someone is getting the standard cruise control and adaptive cruise control settings mixed up?Do you know what years use the brakes to maintain speed. I cannot seem to find that info. on the web.