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Service Brakes Related Problems of the 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora



Table 1 shows three common service brakes related problems of the 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora. The number one most common problem is related to the brake disc rotor (four problems). The second most common problem is related to the brake disc (three problems).

Table 1. Service Brakes related problems of Oldsmobile Aurora

Problem Category Number of Problems
Brake Disc Rotor problems
4
Brake Disc problems
3
Service Brakes problems
2

  Recently reported Service Brakes problems of the 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora

The Brake Disc Rotor problem

Consumer states that brake rotors are wearing out, and when applying the brakes, vehicle will have a heavy vibration and extended stopping distance. Dealer notified.   Read details...

The Brake Disc problem

There have been three major failures. Front brake pads and rotors have been replaced twice already, and now the front rotors are warped requireing replacement of them and the pads again.   Read details...

The Service Brakes problem

Vehicle takes a long way to stop when applying the brakes. Brakes have to be put all the way to the floor before it will even feel like it is slowing down.   Read details...


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