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These are new rear brakes .they have been change twice due to this noise.just left shop and problem has not been eliminated.
The operator may hear a popping or clicking sound as the pump and/or control valves cycle on and off during normal operation. The sounds are due to normal operation and are not indicative of a system problem. Under most conditions, the sounds are only faintly audible. If ABS is engaged, the operator may notice some pulsation in the body of the vehicle during a hard stop; this is generally due to suspension shudder as the brake pressures are altered rapidly and the forces transfer to the vehicle.Here's a link on this and your brake system.
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
Take it back to the shop and demand they fix it correctly or give you a refund! It's their responsibility to figure it out, which is what you paid them to do!
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Preliminaries Do 1 wheel at a time Use a jackstand on the wheel you are working on (safety First) Remove the tire on the selected wheel
The Brake caliper is usually held on by 2 bolts. Some of the bolts are Allen wrench type, usually about ¼ inch or 5/16 inch. Remove and the complete brake caliper can be lifted off the rotor. The pads can now be removed. Before installing the new pads you must first return the pad piston to their original position in the caliper. Open the hood of the engine compartment and remove the cover on the master cylinder. This allow the brake fluid to be returned to the master cylinder. To return the pad piston to the original position you will need a C clamp and a flat piece of metal like a small flat file. Put the flat piece of metal on the piston and use the C clamp to put pressure on the piston. Tighten the C clamp slowly and you will see the piston slowly retract into the caliper body. Now you can insert the new pads into the caliper. Mount the caliper over the rotor and reinstall the 2 bolts.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: rear brakes 1998 pontiac sunfire
disc brakes on back. sometimes they will stick until they get hot. sometimes will stick when they get wet. check to see about your anti brake locking system.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Get someone to jump start you might just be a dead battery. let it run for a few then turn it off and try starting it again. if its the same result have your battery and alternator tested. (battery would be the easiest to test first either somewhere like wal mart they test for free. 12.4-12.6 is considered charged 11.5 is considered DEAD) if they come back fine i would check for parasitic draw but it shouldn't cause it to drain the power in the time you turn the key off and back on. also the starter is a possibility.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Getting the levers loose is a start but the shoes may have gotten hot and "glazed". Have him replace the shoes, use a good quality name brand and not the cheapest you can find shoes, and it should be OK.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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