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Old 10-30-2013, 03:31 PM   #1
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Weird noise when pressing and releasing brake 2000 mustang manual.

As stated in the title I am hearing a low almost grumble sound when I press and release my brake. Car stopped both on a hill and flat street still making the sound. Is this normal or an early issue sign?
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I am hearing a low almost grumble sound when I press and release my brake.
It sounds to me like you need new wheel bearings. They tend to make that sound when they need to be replaced.
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It sounds to me like you need new wheel bearings. They tend to make that sound when they need to be replaced.
Is that even when the car is not in motion? Because with the car at a standstill it still makes the noise. And it's from more of a rough pressing on the brake and releasing
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Oh, I overlooked the "not in motion part" ...I've never had any problems while my car is at a still-point, so I wouldn't know what to tell ya.

Have you checked the brake pads and rotors? When the brake pads are low they have a high pitched squeak or squeal, but when they are completely bad they also give off a "low, almost grumble" sound. Are they worn down to the point where metal is grinding with metal?

Again, I've only heard all of these sounds when in motion, so these are my best guesses.
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I'm not sure really. I just replaced the front brakes soon. And it occurs when pumping the brakes at a stand still in almost clueless as to what it is
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Ever find the problem? Mine makes a creeping sound when I press the brakes, even in motion. Any help would be awesome.


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Chalked up to "mustang quirks" my friends mach 1 does the same thing


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Where is the noise coming from? I had a weird noise similar to how your describing in my old jeep wrangler and it turned out to be a nylon bushing that was on the brake rod that goes from the pedal through the firewall to the booster it was missing... Might want to get under there and check to see if there is one, part of one, any sign of one being there. Let me know!


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