Re: Occasional thump/bang at stop?
I would first check for any play in the front end drivetrain and suspension components. Check the front driveshaft, ujoints, ball joints, tie rod ends, shock mounts, springs, even brake mounts.
Or if the transmission is shifting oddly it could be the throttle position sensor.
In my experience warped brake rotors usually cause a vibration when stepping on the pedal, not a thump or bang.
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