Question about 1996 Buick Riviera
I replaced the brake pads for the front of the car. After installing them and returning the caliper in to place and putting the tire back on i noticed the rim was touching the calipers. Once i tried to move the car it would not move until a put a lot of pressure on the accelerator , this caused a loud rubbing noise and the car moved a few inches. Before every answers tighten to holding bolt yes they are tighten, and in the correct place. I then went to inspect the problem and removed the tire and rim to notice when the brake petal is pressed the outside part of the caliper would push upwards.
Posted by Anonymous on
Either the caliper not installed correctly and if you have aftermarket wheels, a spacer plate is not installed. (all I have with little info supplied)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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