Sadly, I think you should take it in... Though I think you're out of warranty. Do you have extended?
If they are sticking then they are SEVERELY warped! Mine are right now and I just ordered Cquence Rotors and ceramic pads. Should have them tomorrow!Rotors are warped. Replace them. Surprised they lasted as long as they did.
I replaced mine with R1 Concepts & Akebono ceramic pads at 45,000 miles.
Im currently at 103,000 miles and they are still working like a champ.
OT but where in SoCal are you?Are the brakes sticking only after you apply them, or do they also seem to come on by themselves? Do they seem to be stuck harder than you thought you may have appplied them? Besides the possibility of the pistons sticking in the caliper, it could also be a malfunction in the Anti-Lock Braking or Traction Control modules.
That's bad!Well my fluid level was 1/2" higher than it should be and the front rotors are scored and flaky...so im doin rotors around and hope its good to go...
Lake Forest in south Orange County, though I'm sitting in the GF's living room in Escondido at the moment. I waved hi as I drove through Oceanside last night, did you see me?OT but where in SoCal are you?
So......Well my fluid level was 1/2" higher than it should be and the front rotors are scored and flaky...so im doin rotors around and hope its good to go...
Braking in general will heat up your rotors. Excessive braking will make them really hot. I guess I'm not understanding what you're asking.Does anyone knows why a rear rotor would get hot, if it is due to a bad caliper, or if there is another adjustment for the rear brake?
Oh, I guess that makes sense... Kinda. I don't think I've ever heard of that. I'm glad it's fixed though.OK so we adjusted the level of fluid and the brakes have been good,i have driven on the highway for a few hours and no problems.The last time they stuck was on the highway guessing the overfilled fluid pressurized and forced the brakes on....