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SOURCE: A4 2001 turbo diesel front brake kncking sound

check if your sensors are fitted back in their holders they maty be hanging loose or your dustcover behind the brake disc needs to bent straight

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 Jimmy Grinding noise

Just had the same problem left front wheel bearing was gone in mine hope this helps should get it looked at rite away front wheel will seize and cause a lot of other damage

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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You may have a bad c/v or universal joint at the end of that front axle. If it's a c/v joint, the boot will be torn. If you have a universal joint, it will appear rusted (powdered rust showing around the dust seals) or will be loose when the wheel is off the ground and "unloaded". If they check out as good, you could have a bad hub bearing or a brake problem...you will need to take it apart and give it a good look over.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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SOURCE: squeaking mouse noise from the passenger front tire area.

If I had to make a guess, I'll bet the noise is the wear indicators on your front brake pads just beginning to touch the rotors. If you remove the wheel, you should see a small metal tab on the rear of the pad. If it is very close to the rotor, replace the front pads. I've seen lots of people just bend the tab back to stop the noise, but if you do that it's almost guaranteed that you will forget 'till the rotors are all scored up. So, do it now!!

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SOURCE: Front Passenger Side Wheel Makin A Grindin Noise

is ur wheel studs loose

Posted on Apr 03, 2010

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