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  • Mohd Asnawi
    The harder you brake, the more fluid pressure builds in the calipers, and the more pressure is applied to the brake pads and rotors. If the caliper or caliper pistons become stuck, it is unable to properly squeeze the brake pads against the rotors, which may cause you to feel some vibrations when you hit the brakes.
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