My wife has a 2009 Nissan Versa. Recently she told me that when braking on the highway her steering wheel shudders.
I said that sounds like the rotor.
She brought it over to Nissan service yesterday - told them about the shudder and eventually said it was the brakes - new rotors and pads.
It was expensive and would take time so she told them she would wait a few weeks until she brings the car back for recall work (they need to replace the front springs)
When I looked at the bill I saw that they had done a brake flush job and a coolant flush.
I wonder why would they do a brake flush if they are going to do the brakes in two weeks anyway?
Don’t brakes have to be bled when you replace rotors and pads?
She never had the brakes flushed before (car is '09)
If they did the brake flush when doing the brakes, wouldn’t that save on labor?
I wonder if they are trying to double bill her on the labor…