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Old 12-13-2013, 11:09 AM   #1
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Angry Constant chirping noise from right rear on 2013

No, not a chirp from a burnout. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had the issue w/ a constant chirp noise coming from right rear? Brake dust? Driving me nuts and car has 30,000 on it. Appreciate any suggestions. Dealer shaved rotors but still have problem and want it fixed before warranty runs out.

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I would just keep bring it in as much as you can until they get it fixed before your warranty runs out.
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Put your mother-in-law in the trunk, that should get rid of the chirping or quiet it down.
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Put your mother-in-law in the trunk, that should get rid of the chirping or quiet it down.
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I already tried that! Wife won't speak to me!lol
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This happened when I drifted into a buried curb last winter, turned out I bent the axle and since the brake rotor bolts the axle it would constantly squeak, have them check the runout on the axle face plate
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This happened when I drifted into a buried curb last winter, turned out I bent the axle and since the brake rotor bolts the axle it would constantly squeak, have them check the runout on the axle face plate

Ouch!

Did that in my old 98 and absolutely ****** the rim lol
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Thanks. I'll plan to have them check that out.
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Ouch!

Did that in my old 98 and absolutely ****** the rim lol
Yea my rim was completely ruined, somehow it held air though haha, and they were steel winter rims so it only cost $98 to replace, the axle on the other hand was a good $300
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Daaaaaamn lol good ol rear wheel. Had a scare in my '14 in the rain not long after i got her. I prob woulda jumped off the CN tower if i hurt her tho haha. My rim held air too! I had stock alloys tho, the ugly *** 3 spoke ones so it took a few months to find a replacement. 60 bones at a scrapyard
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I have a speed sensitive chirp from left rear...1st time I took it in dealer lubed caliper pins and pad backs. 2nd time I did it myself...the time I did it myself I measured runout and on noist side had .010" (compared to .002") the 1st time it came back after 1-2K miles if it comes back after I get it out of storage (low mileage toy) I plan on trying for a new axle. I've seen a few posters with bent from foctory axles....good luck

mine did stop with a light application of brake, and it seemed worse with a left hand turn
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Old 12-16-2013, 02:05 PM   #12
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Thanks. Yes, when I turn left it is more prevalent. Dealer fixed issues, but came back a month later. I haven't hit any curbs, or had wheel damage, but then again who knows what my wife has done when she's had it out!
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Insist on taking the service advisor for a test ride with you so you can demonstrate the noise.
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I did last time (month ago). Maybe it's a bent axle? Thanks for the advice. Noise just drives me nuts!
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It would drive me nuts as well! If this is the second or third time it's been in for the same fault, perhaps mentioning "lemon law" to the service advisor might get more of their attention.
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Are you living up north? My 2012 makes a chirp from the rear when it gets really cold out, like below 20F. Goes away again when it's a bit warmer.
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Yes, up in Toledo,OH but this happened during the summer months also.
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Does this happen when you apply the brakes or slow rolling?
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:09 PM   #19
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Doesn't matter if brakes are applied or not. When turning left it's much more constant.
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Mine does this only when my brakes are very lightly applied or when i go over a bumpy road. It's done this since I've had it, took it in and they said everything looked ok..but i highly doubt they drove it to hear it. It has seemed to get louder now and i'm about to take it back in..a brand new car with 16k miles should not have these kind of noises
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Mine does this only when my brakes are very lightly applied or when i go over a bumpy road. It's done this since I've had it, took it in and they said everything looked ok..but i highly doubt they drove it to hear it. It has seemed to get louder now and i'm about to take it back in..a brand new car with 16k miles should not have these kind of noises
I agree. Have the service advisor, or one of the mechanics go with you on a test drive so they can hear it first hand. Insist on this test drive. Make sure you are driving so they can concentrate on hearing the noise.
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I said the same thing. Like I said before, they fixed it for a month but now it's back. With 31,000 it needs to be fixed for good before the 36,000 mark.
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It sounds like a suspension binding issue. They should check out all of the bushings in the LCAs and UCA, plus the sway bar and pan hard bar. They should also lubricate them. When the bushings bind, they will creak when they do let go.
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One of the dealerships I took it to replaced the sway bar last yr.
The second dealership Took care of the problem for a month but didn't give me any paperwork on the work done. I'm taking it back and will request a work summary.

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Thanks again. I'm collecting all of these notes from you guys so I can be a little more educated when I talk to them.
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Maybe I missed this but is the squeaking rhythmic and increase with speed (like it squeaks with each wheel rotation) or is it related to how rough the road surface is or just random. (Sorry if you already answered this.)
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Either 20 mph or 50. More prominent when turning or bearing left. Doesn't matter if smooth road surface or not. Seems like if I turn left more weight is on the outside wheels causing the chirp.

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Even if I'm driving straight and turn the wheel left really quickly it'll chirp.
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Either 20 mph or 50. More prominent when turning or bearing left. Doesn't matter if smooth road surface or not. Seems like if I turn left more weight is on the outside wheels causing the chirp.

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Even if I'm driving straight and turn the wheel left really quickly it'll chirp.
This Might sound strange but I have the same problem on a 94 GT. It's been driving me nuts. I would imagine the rear end setup is different on a 2013 compared to a 94. When I bear around a corner to the left it chirps. I've been under the car several times, however I'm limited to what I can do, really I need a lift. I'm about to take it to the local shop with a lift. If I cannot figure it out. God it drives me nuts. I don't really drive it in the winter but the weather here has been decent so I sneaked it out a few times recently. I'm not sure with the year diffrence if the problem could be the same thing on the right rear, If you figure it out please post it here for informational purposes. I would be very interested to know exactly what your problem is. With a google search it turned up your thread, it was the closest description I could find that seemed like my problem. It's kinda funny too, my car being a 94 only has 44 thousand miles on it
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My 04 does the same thing. It sounds like a small bird chirping. I think it's with the suspension somewhere. Please let me know if you figure it out. It's driving me nuts lol
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I'll keep you posted after I take it back in on the specifics.
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I'd think that should this continue to chirp after the 36K coverage expires, it would still be covered, as you have broight it to the dealer a few times to get it corrected. It's on record. Lets just hope it gets resolved for good this time!
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I'd think that should this continue to chirp after the 36K coverage expires, it would still be covered, as you have broight it to the dealer a few times to get it corrected. It's on record. Lets just hope it gets resolved for good this time!
Wouldn't that be covered under the 60k drivetrain coverage, or would that just be engine and tranny?
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Chirping noise is fixed!!
Here's the work order:
Disassembled rear brakes, cleaned and lubed components. Swapped wheels, rotors, caliper brackets and brake pads from side to side. Rechecked, noise gone at this time.

I hope it's fixed for good!
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Chirping noise is fixed!!
Here's the work order:
Disassembled rear brakes, cleaned and lubed components. Swapped wheels, rotors, caliper brackets and brake pads from side to side. Rechecked, noise gone at this time.

I hope it's fixed for good!
Im finally getting a chance to take mine in on thursday for this mysterious chirping. Im going to show them this thread and homefully this will be the fix for myself as well. Has the noise came back since it has been fixed?
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Nope! Finally gone! Like I had mentioned before they lubed everything up and swapped parts from left to right. Sounds crazy but everything worked out.
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Mine went away for 1-2k miles after lubing it. It's sleeping for the winter but I think it will come back. If it does I'll go to my dealer with the run out numbers. I'm going to say it's only covered for 36K miles but idk what Ford wrote in the owners manual.
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