Question about 1992 Volvo 240
1992 Volvo 240 wagon. Snows on spare rims were just put on rear and rear all season tires were rotated up to the front. Now get a tapping sound from front end when brakes are applied. Sounds like its coming from left front. Only feel the slightest vibration through the steering wheel but only when the brakes are applied and only when braking at medium to higher speeds, not if braking when moving below 10 mph. Car does not pull when brakes are applied and there is no heat build up after driving for a while nor scraping sound as if the caliper was stuck. Checked the tires that were rotated up front and it does not appear that any of the lead balancing weights are missing. What to do. Car is supposed to travel 550 miles in the morning but am hesitant to let it go. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
The only thing I can think of is something got stuck in the caliper , rock or some other goofy thing.Good luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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