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The pulsation of the 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes is caused by a warping of the drum or brake rotor. The up and down motion will be felt in the brake pedal when the 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes are applied. When the 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes are worn, enough to create the pulsation feeling it usually means they are beyond adjustment stages and need to be replaced.
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If the 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes are making grinding or squealing noises it usually means the pads are worn down and should be inspected. Manufacturers have placed wear indicators on the brake pads so drivers have a warning signal for the pads wearing out. That squealing noise is the indicators touching the brake rotor. Too many people wait until they hear the grinding noise before they take their vehicle in for a brake inspection. Once the grinding noise is heard, it means your brake pads are now completely worn through the indictors and the rotors could become damaged. Having your 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes checked when the squealing noise starts would save you money. It is cheaper to replace 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes then it is to replace the rotors due to negligence.
If the power brake booster looses power, it can cause poor performance of the 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes. If the brake booster diaphragm or engine loses its vacuum, the 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes will not perform properly. The rotors or brake drums may develop hot spots on the metal caused by the brakes being overheated from excessive use. The brake pads and shoes are the friction materials used for the 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee brakes. If the rotors or brake drums have hardened areas, then the shoes and pads cannot get any gripping power to stop the vehicle.