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Old 01-16-2005, 12:03 AM   #1
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Odd Vibration and sound

this doesnt happen often but it happens atleast once or twice a week, when i turn on the car and start backing out of my driveway, everytime i press down on the brake the whole car vibrates roughly and makes a loud noise which is a result of the vibration of course but like i said it doesnt happen often. Just 2 days ago i had them run a diagnostic on the car and nothing showed up, so does anyone have any idea what this might be?
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automatic or manual transmission?
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BTW i forgot to mention its a 2003 with 20,000miles
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could be brakes, especially if its humid in the morning.. especially if the brakes are starting to wear down, and hitting different parts of the pad..
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if the bolts holding the caliper on are loose, it may make nosie, have them go over the brakes and check all the bolts and inspect the rotors and what not.
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i had that problem with 1 of my brembo rotors, it turned out the rotor was out of round a little bit so called em up and had a new 1 delivered next day
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when i back up and stop fast my rotor will make a noise cuz its floating design lets the rear raise up when you apply force to it... you may have a similar issue thats not supposed to be there, aka bolt loose.

either way its under warranty MAKE Them fix it.
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^ agreed, and get on their asses until its fixed
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ill be going tomorrow to Ford then and bring up those points because i had them run a diagnostic just last week and i guess they didnt even bother to take some extra looks to see what that sound could be. Ill let you guys know what happens.

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could just be that evening moisture puts a slight 'glaze'on the rotors. especially after a rain. look at your rotors in the morning before you get in to start it up. I bet they aren't as shiny as they usually are.
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