06 Mazda6 Brakes


#1

I have a 2006 Mazda6 Wagon. After 12K miles, the rotors needed to be turned. After 27K miles, the rotors needed to be turned again. I’ve never had problems like this with a car before. Any ideas why?


#2

It’s possible someone over-torqued the wheel stud nuts and warped the rotor.

Same person mounting the wheels back on?


#3

[b]What were the brakes doing the first time you brought it in?

Tester[/b]


#4

When braking from higher speeds (like when getting off the highway) my steering wheel would vibrate.

Same symptom the second time around.


#5

maybe a little too much, zoom zoom zoom. I think the rotors needs need replaced. Turning them only makes then more vulnerable warping.
BTW, sharp looking wagon


#6

Thanks. I’ll tell my wife to quit zoomin’ so much.


#7

I’ll have to agree about the zoom zoom bit and this may be due to driving habits.
Sure you’re not talking about my wife? She only has 2 braking positions; fully on and fully off, and she gets mad at me when, as a passenger, I have to brace myself against the glove box when she stops.