Question about Honda Civic
Go back and check to see if you have tighten up all your bolts. if not the clunk is commimg from the pressure foe the brake booster is putting out is a lot of pressure and if there is one bolt that is not tight when you put your caliber back on, the pressere will tourge and move the caliber and you wil get that clunk sound .....LETS HOPE YOU DIDENT STRIP THE CALIBER THREADS WHEN YOU PUT THE BOLTS BACK IN. ALWAYS BE CAREFUL IN THIS AREA.. ALS CHECK TO MAKE SURE THE CLIPS ON THE BRAKE PADS ARE SUCURE ON THE OUT SIDE CALIBER HOUSING AND THE IN SIDE HOLE OF THE PISTON OF THE CALIBER GOOD LUCK.....
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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