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I have a freelander noises coming from rear when braking i have had new drums fitted i was told by the garage that the shoes are like new . please help

Please help . i change the drums because of noies from the rear when braking .i still have the noise as before the shoes are ok

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  • billcouncil Jan 22, 2013

    noises are from both wheels sounds/feels like brakes are sticking only when braking

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Mabe a wheel bering

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SOURCE: Tappets making a constant noise

i would suggest asking your mechanic which viscosity(thickness) oil he put back in and check it against the manufacturers recommendation as if it isto thin then it will make your tappets unusally noisey if he has put in the correct oil then i would say that they were quiet because of the old gungy oil and they either need adjusting or if they are hydraulic then the lifters need replacing

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Yes, the rear diff is fcuked. It is a common fault on these models. I have a 1.8 2000 model and have now removed the rear prop. This now gives me a perfectly quiet drive, more mpg and frankly not worth getting fixed unless you really need to have 4wd. It is very common for owners to do this. Apparantly after 2001 threy used different diffs (JATCO) which are more heavy duty and don't wear out as fast!

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I have same problem, and my MOT guy says the component connecting the the prop shaft has broken, and is dangerous. Its like a bracket underneath near rear axle.....I'm trying to search the net for a part number so I can sort mine.

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SOURCE: suspected rear wheel bearing problem,

Hi Billy

If it is just a wheel breaing then it's not to much to worry about, they are fairly cheap and easy to do, the other bearing is from the 4 wheel drive system is is somewhat more problematic worst case is the diff / gearbox may have failed, does the wheel drive work well? is the noise more or less when in 2 wheel?

there is a few possiblities so get back to me with more info and I will be able to help.

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Dan

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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