I have a 2010 Dodge Journey which my husband and I purchased a year ago used. Over the course of the year we have been dealing with brake problems. No less than a week after we purchased it, we had it at the dealer for pulsation from the brakes and they turned the front rotors. Still didn’t resolve the problem completely and was back again and they turned the rear rotors . 4 months later we’re back with the pulsation and I had my front rotors turned again. Wasn’t quite happy with that as I still felt the pulsation just not as bad. We decided to just let them be and wait. Well the pulsation got worse over time and a month ago went to Pep Boys and they replaced my Front pads and rotors, they inspected all four prior to that and told me they all looked fine. But I insisted that the pulsation was pretty bad that even felt it on the steering wheel. They replaced the front ones. Next day I was back because the pulsation was still there, and they machined the rotors incause they were already deffective. So long story short what else can be causing this. My tie rod ends do not look to be severely worn to possibly cause this, any suggestions?
Getting really tired of this car and all its little quirks and problems honestly.