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It's funny that I experienced the exact same thing last Thursday. My left rear wheel and suspension parts are replaced due to a collision. The autobody shop repaired it, and I took it home. On the highway, the brake pulsated like I going over rumble strip. I took it right back. Apparently, the shop only test drive it on the local street, which is heavily pock marked. I will let them figure out what's wrong. From the look of things, they didn't replace rotor and caliper. Initially, GEICO estimate the repair cost to be under $9K and 15 days. It ballooned to under $17K and 45 days. All these high tech features I ordered wasn't cheap or easy to repair.
Just a note, the pulsation gets a little better on the test drive I took with the shop mechanic.
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