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      06-11-2019, 09:13 PM   #1
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Brake judder covered under warranty?

I have 28k miles on my 16 M3 still on oem pads and rotors. My free service has expired. I'm wondering if the slight judder I get when braking would be covered under warranty? Should I even bother? It's not horrible, can live with it until I need rotors but if I could get a set of rotors before my warranty expires this December that would be nice. Thoughts?

Such a shame we cant get floating rotors turned, I feel like 0.2mm would do the trick.
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I have 28k miles on my 16 M3 still on oem pads and rotors. My free service has expired. I'm wondering if the slight judder I get when braking would be covered under warranty? Should I even bother? It's not horrible, can live with it until I need rotors but if I could get a set of rotors before my warranty expires this December that would be nice. Thoughts?

Such a shame we cant get floating rotors turned, I feel like 0.2mm would do the trick.
I got my pads and rotors replaced twice under warranty for that exact issue. Hope that helps
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It does. Thanks! Worth a shot I guess
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Pleasantly surprised to say it worked. Took the car in, fully expecting to hear that they could not replicate the problem. Only to my surprise to hear that they found the rotors to be out of round and that they replaced front and rear rotors, pads and brake sensors. Quite happy with that.
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