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Old 05-25-2013, 12:09 AM   #1
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Brakes rattling

I took my car to a shop because I heard a rubbing sound just as I was braking. I came back about 3 hours later because they hadn't call to tell me the diagnosis and the guy told me he turned my rotors and replaced my pads-no charge. Now they rattle! Sounds like a wagon on an uneven road. Are there any recommended brake pads to correct this problem?
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That makes no sense, unless your braking is seriously compromised. Could be a bad rotor turning job... Maybe check to make sure your caliper mounting bracket got tightened properly.
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Sounds like they messed up your brakes and made it seem like they hooked you up lol
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Lol I know right
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If you have the twin piston cobra brakes they have anti rattle clips. Mine did the same and I replaced them and no more noise
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If you have the twin piston cobra brakes they have anti rattle clips. Mine did the same and I replaced them and no more noise
Yeah mine rattle alittle ( Mach 1 here )

It's because the brembos use the C clip and pin to hold the caliper on the pads.

Which is a cool and easy design I think especially to take off but bad in a way because I've had the clip and pin come off on me and grind against my rim , coming back from the track smh
Good thing I had a pry bar in my trunk and I pryed it back on and drove home slowly
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The anti rattle clip is not there. I stopped by auto zone today after work and asked for the best they had. I'll put them on and hope that fix the problem.
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The anti rattle clip is not there. I stopped by auto zone today after work and asked for the best they had. I'll put them on and hope that fix the problem.
Anti rattle clip? Never heard that before can you show a pic ?
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Anti rattle clip? Never heard that before can you show a pic ?
They're little clips that go on both brake pads that keep the caliper from moving.
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