Originally Posted by cj360trider
Its strange to me that its only 94s for the most part...did they change that much in the 95 to take care of these issues?
As I recall, 95s still had some issues, but not as bad, same with 96. By 97, they were coming equipped from the factory with a spacer behind the RF wheel, the addition of which was spelled out in the bulletin. Every year the problems got less, although those front ends were still very sensitive to anything that wasn't just right.
They are still very sensitive to any difference in the friction of the pads from side to side, and I have seen pads cause problems right from new, especially if they got worked too hard during the break-in test drive. That's why I suggested swapping the pads from side to side to see if it makes a difference. After trying several types of lining, I found Raybestos Quiet Stop to be by far the best for consistent braking and handling overheating without causing problems. I put a set of those in mine about 30k miles ago, they still work well and have over 70% remaining.
Another thing you can do, just to rule out the rears, is to pinch off the rear brake hose with a pinch-off clamp and go for a drive with only the fronts working and see if it's any different.