All I say is "Yep!"
I too have a 2010 with the same break issues. I didn't, however, go back to my Dodge dealer (the customer service level is - urm - 'in need of improvement'. They have a sign above the Service Desk which says "...Please Note: Brakes ARE NOT covered by your new vehicle warrenty...")
So I took my van (2010 SXT - 34000Km) to a trusted independant mechanic. He has just called me to advise the following:
1) The Brake Shake is 'normal' for this van - that does not mean that he agrees with it, but it is just that he has seen many other van of the same make/age/mileage with the same issue.
2) The Rear brakes are wearing faster than the front - this is because the brake bias on the 'new shape' vans is approx 50:50 (maybe more), as opposed to the more traditional 70:30.
3) The front brakes shake because the pads in those are made of a hard compound which heat up very quickly and start to cause the rotors to warp.
Since my van does mainly town driving (and the shake only really occurs when the brakes are hot from highway driving), the mechanic suggests living with it until spring and then having new pads & rotors fitted in preparation for the summer driving season.
In summary, it seems that what we all have here is a result of poor quality parts and/or some form of design issue.
Either way, I guess we just have to live with it.....
Last edited by TTSC; 11-30-2011 at 03:01 PM.
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