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If your car still has the original brake pads, I would think it is past due for a brake job. In order to check the brakes for wear, the brake caliper must be removed and the brake pads removed for inspection. If you had the brakes inspected by a mechanic, did he drive the car to listen to the noise? To continue to drive the car with the noise is not a good idea. If it is your brakes, the problem will continue to get worse. A good mechanic will not send you out in a car that has noisy brakes and tell you they are fine. If a proper and thorough brake inspection was done, and it was determined that the brakes are ok, then the mechanic should strive to locate the source of the noise or refer you to someone who can find out what the problem is.
I'M CURRENTLY HAVING THE SAME PROBLEMS. NOW MY CARS JUST CRANKS WITH A TIC TIC TIC NOISE. SO FAR I'VE HEARD THAT IT'S EITHER THE STARTER MOTOR CONTACTS OR THE SOLENOID, I'M LOOKING INTO THE IGNITION COIL TOO. MY BATTERY AND ALTERNATOR CHECKED OUT FINE. I'LL LET YOU KNOW WHAT I FIGURE OUT. IF YOU FOUND UR PROBLEM LET ME KNONW. CHICAGOHAVOC@GMAIL.COM. THANKS.
yes my cv axles had to be replace cause of the same thing but when you replace one side you need to do the other side at the same time cause when 1 goes bad the other is not that far behind . i know from experience