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Old 03-17-2013, 09:45 AM   #1
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Loud rumble and shake coming from rear right after start up and only while braking... Any ideas?

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It goes away after a little drivetime
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Do your break pads still have meat on them or are the grinding?
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Do your break pads still have meat one them or are the grinding?
If it goes away with some drive time it isn't worn brake pads lol
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if you could get a video that would help a lot. but, exhaust? axel maybe? dont know why it would go away with some drive time though.
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If it goes away with some drive time it isn't worn brake pads lol
Well the sound is coming up while braking and going away while driving.. if hes down to metel you would hear it while braking then its go away while driving, im just saying check but i just noticed the part that said while start up so its probably not
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Well the sound is coming up while braking and going away while driving.. if hes down to metel you would hear it while braking then its go away while driving, im just saying check but i just noticed the part that said while start up so its probably not
except he said it does it when he starts it as well, (which I'm assuming means before he moves the car)
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except he said it does it when he starts it as well, (which I'm assuming means before he moves the car)
Yeah thats what i said i didnt see that part at first so it wouldnt be breaks what about exhaust, are the hangers all still good? And does it sound the same?
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if you could get a video that would help a lot. but, exhaust? axel maybe? dont know why it would go away with some drive time though.
Thinking about this again, the only thing i can think of for just starting it up would be the fuel pump, or exhaust, thats the only "working" parts when your sitting still.
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Ya I considered all those things but non of those components would explain the noise going away except maybe the fuel pump but it physically rattles the car and is very loud I'm gonna try to get a video if it
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Then it almost has to be the exhaust
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I'm thinking that's it too but it's really tight like I don't see how it's got room to rattle
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The exhaust is brand new and so are the hangers maybe one has come lose but the exhaust itself is mounted very tight at the tailpipes by the bumper so idk where exactly it's rattling together
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It might be at a seam
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