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Old 05-10-2011, 09:36 PM   #1
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Brake noise

It's driving me insane but there's a constant noise from one of the brakes. I can't pinpoint which one it's from either. And it seems to do it after it warms up the rotor
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Old 05-10-2011, 09:48 PM   #2
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Re: Brake noise

What does the noise sound like?
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Old 05-10-2011, 09:53 PM   #3
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Basically like brake squeal constantly. No grinding or anything like that just squeal. I've looked at the rotors calipers and pads but not to in depth. I'll be doing that tomorrow on my day off
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Basically like brake squeal constantly. No grinding or anything like that just squeal. I've looked at the rotors calipers and pads but not to in depth. I'll be doing that tomorrow on my day off
sounds like mine. it would squeak while driving and would stop when i touched the brakes. i had an etched rotor. i machined it and if fixed the problem
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But mine does it even when I brake. It constantly does it. I have looked at the rears without the tires on and saw nothing out of place or any abnormal wear on the rotors or pads. The pass side did make a squeak when you would turn it at all even without the wheel. I replaced the rotor and it seemed to quite it but idk it's still doing it. Hopefully it's not a wheel bearing
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But mine does it even when I brake. It constantly does it. I have looked at the rears without the tires on and saw nothing out of place or any abnormal wear on the rotors or pads. The pass side did make a squeak when you would turn it at all even without the wheel. I replaced the rotor and it seemed to quite it but idk it's still doing it. Hopefully it's not a wheel bearing
bearings dont usually squeak. they howl or grind. might be a bad set of pads
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Sounds like they forgot the shims on the pads.
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Sounds like they forgot the shims on the pads.
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You ate doing the same thing mine are doing the same thing and they forgot the shims.
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K well ill check for the shims tomorrow when im lookin at them
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Re: Brake noise

there is a trab on the pads that sqweal constantly if the pads get worn too much that is what it sounds like check the pads for wear.
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Mine did that in the rear and I had plenty of pad so I greased and used a silicon on the back of the pad and it took care of the problem
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