Is that a rear rotor? Well, look at this one, that I took off my '98
Outback last year:
That's the inside surface of the rear rotor. The outside was more-or-less
decent looking, and the pads were fine, but
the brakes were getting more and more vibration. The photo was taken after
lots of large scaly chunks of rust were knocked off.
The car was driven regularly, but always lived outside.
On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 1:18 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> The SO's car is a Toyota MR2 Spider (05). She doesn't drive it alot and
> it sat all winter in WV under a carport roof.
> Now, the brakes are making some noise and the car isn't stopping properly
> (it takes longer to stop and there is speed related intermittent noise.)
> Here is the weird part, I know that rotors can get rusty without use, and
> that is most likely what happened here. The problem is that even after
> lots of driving, the edges of the rotors are still pitted and it looks
> like only the insides of the pads are stopping the car.