Question about 2006 Dodge Neon
It doesn't sound like the wear indicators (squeaky) suggesting I need new brakes but it's almost like a loud "hummmmm" (say it with you mouth open). My brakes seem to work fine and feel as if they still have life in them. That noise only occurs when my car is not warmed up. Once it's driven for a bit there is no noise. I don't get it and I almost took my car in for new brakes but I have a feeling if I needed them or not I would have been ripped off. The noise occurs especially in reverse. Have I ruined my brakes or is my car just rusty or is it something else? ( I live in Hawaii where rust gets the best of cars).
Neons are known to have brake noise esspecially from the rear. Try driving while holding the parking brake up for a while. Dont do it for to long but just enough to clear all the rust out of the drums. I work at a dealer and that has fixed countless noise complaints. However, if its more of a howling noise it make be one of the rear wheel bearings.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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