There's definitely uneven wear on the rotors. Brake bleeding won't fix this. Were new pads AND rotors installed at the same time?
These were factory rotors and pads. I thought it was from the car sitting at college in a parking lot. I replaced them with OEM rotors and Jurid pads and same thing is happening again. I'm going to bleed the brakes tomorrow. Anything I should be looking for or lubricate while I'm in there?
I'm hoping a brake bleed fixes things, and I'll probably be doing brakes all around in a month or so.
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You need to replace front and rear pads and rotors and clean the caliper brackets and lube the slider pins. Do a proper brake job and don't let the car sit for weeks. That is caused by the car sitting and not being used for a long period of time....then being driven on. I'm sure the pedal feels low and crappy and that is due to the rust on the rotor. Replace BOTH front and rear pads AND ROTORS and do a proper brake job and all will be well again.