Remove and sand the front rotors to remove pad build-up...common cause. Clean hub/rotor surfaces of any corrosion. Check that calipers move freely. Chances are, problem solved. If not and rotors are warped, I'd put in new rotors.
that was Transformers 2 IIRC^^^^^ you clearly haven't seen clowns driving around with seized calipers...... their rotors glow like F1 cars and grease seeps out of their hubs!
It's one of those North American things that refuses to die, like 3k oil changes. Don't try understand it. There's alot of junk vehicles on the road, often poorly maintained. Old guys do it the most to try save a couple of cents. In reality it is not the smartest because your going to have to pay twice because you'll have to change the rotors sooner because you took material off.I don't understand! Rotors are not that expensive. In fact I think the pads are more expensive. Why bother.... Pulsing pedal most likely warped discs! Change them, peace of mind, new brakes that will last a long (ish) time and there is no conjecture on scoring pads, wrong RMS of friction from skimming, wrongly adjusted cutters on the skimmer, blah, blah, blah. You have a good vehicle with outstanding brakes. Why skimp or prolong the issue
If you keep driving on pulsing brakes, there will be increased wear and tear on suspension parts, generally , and I say generally, as there are so many factors that come into play...!
Don't you worry.... I've had my beaters yanked off the road on this side of the pond too...... (I miss having a beater...... )If it doesn't pass, it's taken off the road until it's fixed.
And that's how jellyfish are formed....Don't you worry.... I've had my beaters yanked off the road on this side of the pond too...... (I miss having a beater...... )