Question about GMC Safari
The clicking can only come from one place, and that is one or more the front Constant Velocity drive axle joints, they are the only part that can make this clicking noise, I have 20 years of 4 wheel drive experience and am 99% sure that is is the problem.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
There are couple of reasons for this clicking noise to come.
It really depends on what is causing it. A loose brake pads would not be something to be too concerned about. If you have a bad wheel bearing or a bad brake pad then it is more serious and should be checked out asap.
it possible that there is something hanging under the dash that is being moved by the brake pedal assy to put the offending componenet in another postion temporarily?
Maybe a relay hanging down that is rattleing against the dash for example?
Thanks for contacting Fixya
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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