Originally Posted by silvr002001
The other odd thing is that it only does it when some heat has built up in them. When everything is cold it acts normal. I suppose I will give it just a bit to see if it clears up and if not I will start over with new rotors. The rotors that are there now were on the car when I bought it. I don't know how many times they have been turned or how old they are. With the price of rotors it may just be best to replace them. I guess I was trying to get away with being cheap an replace pads only.
Naw, check rotors first, but more importantly, verify pad quality. Metallic pads out last the rotors and build up temps too. They warp rotors too. Not sure of types of pads. Maybe someone will chime in and give details.