i habe a 2015 jeep cherokee and just had the breaks replaced (front and back rotors and pads) noticed a vibration when i traveled at highway speeds and took it back to the shop my mechanic stated that apparently my breaks are always “on” anyone have ANY info on this?
so, your mechanic does not know why they are staying on or how to fix it?
If that is the case, then it might be time to find a new one.
I found this that can be looked into to see if it is causing your problem…
Electronic parking brake module connector water intrusion which causes the module to short out and the wiring harness corrosion. This causes the parking break to engage and disengage without warning.
Sorry I could not find where I found that info again stating that. but here is another TBS having to do with water getting into that module.
If your foot is always on the brake pedal, the brakes will overheat and warp the rotors.
This is a common complaint in my area, people overheat the brakes on the interstate, they should use a lower gear to control the vehicle speed while descending grades.