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Break Noise had new roters installed and new pad about a month ago and still makes noise when i break. Not like a grinding noise, like its scratching the rotars. what else could it be??

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  • m2001mv Jul 23, 2009

    yeah they are semi metalic, sorry for the delay been super busy with school.

    thanks for the help.

    Besides the dust shields behind the rotar what else colud the problem be??

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Check the dust shield mounted behind the rotor,see if theres any signs of contact if so use a pry bar and slitly pry it away from rotor,what type of pads do you use none metalic or semimetalic? some semimetalic will
give you this problem as they are brakiging in

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  • steve noel Jul 24, 2009

    try checking the anti squeal shims, if not set properly they can make contack with rotor

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