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Old 01-02-2010, 01:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation wierd plz help!

i got this kinda like ticking sound comming from my back left wheel and i cant figure it out and also i noticed all my break pads are touching the rotors when the the breaks are applied can anybody help me. Thanks guys!
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First off check your tyre for stones in the tread or a screw/nail, easier if the wheel is removed, as for your pads touching the rotor/discs when you apply the brakes...thats what they are suppose to do.
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sorry typo when the breaks are NOT applied and thank you i will check today but it sounds more like a suspension problem.
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After some driving, you could feel the tires, temperature of each pair of front or rear should be uniform. if not, a brake calliper could be stuck and not 'returning' freely. also check for uniform pad wear. Ordinarily looking at the brakes, it appears to be touching the discs.
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