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Old 04-02-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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Rattle or something

Got this rattle by the front passenger tire and it sounds like something is loose what can it be help please its an 02 mustang
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Got this rattle by the front passenger tire and it sounds like something is loose what can it be help please its an 02 mustang
Check it ASAP...when mine was making noise it was a loose wheel...it could be many things. But a sound coming from wheels is not good
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Check the brake caliper. They can become loose after a while expecailly if you've tagged a few pot holes.
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It could be the brake pad itself, sometimes the clips on them become loose are break off.
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Thanks for ur guys help ill check it out 😉
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It was the caliper the screw had come off completely put the oe in it no more noise thanks
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It was the caliper the screw had come off completely put the oe in it no more noise thanks
Yep that was my thought exactly. Glad you found the issue & resolved it.
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