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Old 05-11-2017, 10:38 AM   #1
Intractable
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Default Crosstour cupped tires, pulsed braking

2013 Crosstour cupped tires, pulsed braking
Trying to get to the root of this problem. Many on forums have this problem, but no definite solution I have found. Alignment, pressures, rotating, balancing tires no help. I don't want to replace the tires, turn the discs, align again, ruin the new tires and still have the original problem to figure out.
Scalloped or cupped tire wear diagnostic indicates suspension problem.
I understand pulsed braking and scalloped tires may be separate issues.
Any help?
Thank you
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Old 05-12-2017, 05:48 AM   #2
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Cupping is definitely a suspension issue. It may be failed components or something out of adjustment. That said, suspension issues can be very troublesome to diagnose. Especially if you are very sensitive to the way the car drives and handles since you will feel even the slightest change. Therefore finding the failing part in the early stages is really difficult. Luckily with this car the my dealer is pretty good. I also have a stand by shop that specializes in suspension work, but they are pricey. My point? You probably need to pay for an extensive inspection with a good shop to determine what could be out of wack.
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