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Rotors warp because (1) the driver drives too aggressively, causing the brakes to overheat; and then (2) does not allow the rotors to cool properly. It is not the fault of the car -- it's the fault of the driver.
And oh sure, improperly torqued lug nuts also are blamed for warped rotors. Again, not the fault of the car.Meade
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