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I am at nearly 30K on my 2012 (new style rotor) Journey and have had zero issue with anything at all. The bigger rotors made a huge difference.
 

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Trailduster45 said:
Ahh warped rotors. Chrysler has been plagued with that bug for years. It ain't just the Journey. I hope if their new supplier works out they give them all their rotor business. I work for one of the major auto parts chains, and let me tell you we get more then our share of rotor sales from Chrysler products. I bought a new 1984 Ramcharger, warranty supplied me with 3 new sets before it was up, they all warped and I'm not hard on brakes. I replaced them after warranty with a name brand aftermarket pair and they never warped. My 02 Ram 2500 I bought new was built in the Lago Alberto plant Mr Source talks about on here and I have 200,000 miles on it with the original rotors. So someone knows how to make good rotors.
Agreed.

Our '04 Dakota was the worst one for brakes (they were scary), but we've replaced just about every pair of front rotors on all of our vehicles within 50,000km. Three different drivers in a wide variety of driving.
 

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Danno said:
Of course deakers were adviced of the fix, read those bulletins, or take a look at a new Jorney see whatps new, what has been changed.
 

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Just to add something left out... Didn't they make the 96-00 Sebring Convertible?
 

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Mr.Source said:
Of course deakers were adviced of the fix, read those bulletins, or take a look at a new Jorney see whatps new, what has been changed.
I don't work at a dealer, would you happen to know which bulletin?

Mike
 
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